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Hi all.

I purchase a terravent machine (robin dagger type?) a year or so ago and have yet to use it!. I was wondering if any one had any experience in using one and what results i could expect?

It was my aim to market this and the domestic market and possible sports turf where machine access my be an issue. I was thinking of offering a service say 3 x visits a year for lawns as an alternative to a full and costly drainage system and also to rejuvenate flower beds, planting , trees etc. 

I am based in the west of Scotland and dont think anyone or very few offer this service.

Is this a good idea? I know its not a cure to the problem but over time and use could be  cost effect or am i expecting to much from it?

Thanks

Richard 

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