Joined: Mon Mar 17, 2003 9:06 am Posts: 358 Location: Midlothian,TEXAS
The tines on the Weed Popper are very thick. I looked at the "hound" and, like you, wasn't impressed...but I haven't actually tried it. My "Popper" works very well in getting the root in both clay and rocky soil.
Joined: Sat Mar 08, 2003 8:39 pm Posts: 532 Location: Lavon,Texas
I second kbrew. I've used my popper in clay soil for the last three years and have not bent a tine yet. It is sometimes a little hard to push into hard clay, but the weeds pop right out. After the first year, I started to water the clay a little, to soften it up, before inserting the popper. Don't use to much water or it will turn to mud then it acts like glue.
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