Giveaway: Troy-Bilt TBC57 Lithium-Ion Cultivator

As part of my membership in Troy-Bilt’s Saturday6, I am given the opportunity to give away one of their products each season.

Since I liked the Troy-Bilt TBC57 Lithium-Ion Cultivator so much (you can watch my review here) I have decided to make it my giveaway and share it with a lucky viewer, listener or reader of A Gardener’s Notebook.


It’s easy to enter, too. Simply leave me a comment on this blog post and then make your contest entry using the Rafflecopter widget below. You can gain extra entries by Liking the Gardener’s Notebook Facebook page and/or following @gardenersnotebk on Twitter.

Giveaway ends October 31, 2012

Good luck to all that enter! Thank you for being part of A Gardener’s Notebook!


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15 Responses to “Giveaway: Troy-Bilt TBC57 Lithium-Ion Cultivator”

  1. Mat says:


  2. vickie says:

    Would love this would be helpful in between rows

  3. Ryan says:

    I have two beds that could use this for my winter bed prep.

  4. amy says:

    This would be fantastic and a treat for me, as I am trying to keep my costs to a minamum! 🙂

  5. Todd says:

    Cleared some ivy out to expand from just hanging basket veggies

  6. Boy, I would love this! I love anything Troy builds! Thanks for the contest!

  7. Katika says:

    Thanks for the contest.

  8. Cori Rose says:

    This would be an excellent tool to help me expand my wildlife garden and connect it to my perennial cutting garden!

  9. Hi Doug,

    Thanks for the giveaway. I have a bed on the side of my house that needs to be redone completely. This would help me immensely.


  10. Thanks for the giveaway! We have a whole section of yard that needs some major attention thanks to neglect by former owners.

  11. I’m planning on pulling out some bricks from our backyard patio and turning that spot into a veggie garden. This would be perfect for breaking up the soil and getting it ready!

    And as for what I’d like to see more of here? I’m actually new here, but something I’d like to learn more about is soil quality — both for testing for safety (heavy metals, pollution, etc.) and for quality of growing.

    Thanks for a great giveaway!

  12. Debby says:

    We are working on a new garden area. This would be so helpful. Thank you for the opportunity!!!

  13. I would love to use this to help make my garden bigger

  14. meredith says:

    I would like to see some seed saving segments

  15. Claire says:

    I don’t garden, but my dad does, so I’d give it to him to use.