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Method and apparatus for the regeneration of lawn surfaces in particular of grass sport pitches










Image Number 10 for United States Patent #4122784.

A wheel supported chassis has a motor driving it intermittently across a lawn or turf surface for predetermined distances between cycles, a drilling means drills holes in the turf area while the apparatus is stationary, a collecting platform feeds tubular plugs from an upper elevation to a transport wheel which positions a plug carried in a tubular container over a drilled hole, a cylinder for reciprocating the drilling means also effects pushing of the plug into the drilled hole with the plug being removed from a tubular container and the cycle being repeated as the apparatus traverses a desired work area.








 
 
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