One Tire Plow? Tiller in Slow Motion. Crazy...

Old Garden Tools for Sale: One tire plow? Tiller in slow motion. Crazy old tools that work. Grow food year round.. Making the rows with a one tire plow, water with solar power pump. I am planting my winter garden next to my fall and winter garden. There is always somethin…


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27 Responses to “ One Tire Plow? Tiller in Slow Motion. Crazy”

  1. howiwatchvideos says:

    You keep inventing shit that already exists and works better.

  2. Tee K says:

    The Sodbuster/Rowbuster! That’s a pretty cool piece of machinery.

  3. Josh F says:

    Woo boy…front tine tiller will work you like a mule :) .

  4. Seetha Gopalakrishna says:

    Thank you.found your email id.

  5. jedediahbc says:

    You’ve got a wonderful garden, I am a welder fabricator and I am going to
    build some implements for my tiller something like a row maker and a plow
    disk and what ever implements I can invent for it. Thanks for the wonderful
    video!

  6. Seetha Gopalakrishna says:

    Could i get your email id please?need to discuss few things for my land in
    india.thank you.

  7. Richard C. Snow says:

    never seen one before . pretty nice .

  8. Sofia Rivas says:

    Very good work, I wish I can plant year round, mi place is too humid and
    hot

  9. Jaire Martins says:

    you call them “crazy old tools”…we don’t even have them here :( 

  10. Kent Bidjou says:

    You’re killing all the life in your soil with these machines. Better seed
    direct.

  11. leedee smith says:

    Hello, I have 2 of these I use for my lawn and garden business. One is an
    old Maxim Plow Hoss with a 3 hp motor and the other is a Wizard Power
    Cultivator with a 5 hp motor (I am restoring this one) both from the
    1970′s. They are great machines, simple with just what you need to get the
    job done. By the way Maxim is making the Plow Hoss again, I have spoke
    with them, they are very helpful and make great machines. Thanks for the
    video I actually use a picture of me using mine on my web site
    http://www.smittyslawnandgarden.com. Thanks again.

  12. markp0177 says:

    I like the row buster too, it comes in handy. They don’t make them anymore
    so I take real good care of this one.

  13. markp0177 says:

    I am a concrete contractor and my dad was a electrical engineer. I have
    been gardening, hiking and building stuff since I was a boy.

  14. Wayne Meador says:

    Man that RowBuster is a sweet machine, sure does make some quick work for
    sure! Nice update, thank you for sharing this Mark. God Bless, Wayne

  15. jksatte says:

    Definitely thanks for posting your videos. I hope to have a garden as nice
    as yours someday. Janice

  16. jeff ledlow says:

    am I the only one that noticed that there are no tires in your tiller. Is
    there a reason for that little option? Just curious as I have never seen
    that particular set up.

  17. ismael342 says:

    sdrv. ms/GTDW4V

  18. Mike Russell says:

    Good information mark! Thanks Mike

  19. bjhrym says:

    Like the row buster.Do they still make them? Anyway nice video.

  20. cabotbluegill says:

    that is a very interesting rig move right along to.

  21. markp0177 says:

    I use a Everio HD JVC camera, 40 optical zoom/face detection and hand
    stabilizer. I am happy with the camera.

  22. gale gregory says:

    its run good big work horse

  23. tumash81 says:

    mark you give me your e mail please

  24. nov51947 says:

    Gotta search for the Row Buster. Plow Hoss is another brand, but I think
    they have evolved into the Hoss “wheel hoe”, human powered row plow. I like
    the idea of not getting the tractor out there to compact the soil.

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