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Catawba Pull Behind Plugger Aerator

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Review Catawba Pull Behind Plugger Aerator

Designed for use behind ATV's, UTV's and Lawn mowers, the Catawba Attachments pull behind plugger comes ready to keep your yard looking perfect. With a 13" Drum that can be filled with fluid for weight, the plugs will have no issue sinking into the yard and pulling out cores for the best yard aeration. The plugger includes wheels that allow for easy transfer of the unit by rotating the tow bar 180 degrees to lift the drum off the ground onto the wheels.


The Catawba Pull Behind Plugger Aerator Features

  • 3/16″ Rolled Drum that can be filled with water
  • Hardened plugger spoons that bolt in and can be easily replaced
  • Wheels for transporting
  • Plugger can be unhooked, flipped over onto wheels to tranport
  • Drum rides on flange bearings that can be greased
  • Solid axle runs through the drum to add strength
  • Color: Cat Yellow frame & Black drum – one color helps speed up production and reduce wait times

Grade 50 High Strength Steel

We use Grade 50 high-strength steel, a type of structural steel known for its exceptional strength and durability. It has a minimum yield strength of 50 ksi (kips per square inch), making it great for bearing heavy loads and maintaining stability in tough conditions.

One Year Factory Warranty

Enjoy peace of mind with our one-year factory warranty on the Catawba Pull Behind Plugger Aerator. We stand behind the quality and durability of our products, ensuring that you get the best value for your investment.

Our warranty covers any manufacturing defects or faults that may arise during normal use of the attachment within the first year from the date of purchase. Whether you’re using our attachments for landscaping, agriculture, or any other application, you can trust that they’re built to last.

The Catawba Pull Behind Plugger Aerator Can Be used in the following:

Lawn Aeration

One of the primary uses of pull-behind plugger aerators is lawn aeration. They are used to alleviate soil compaction, improve water and nutrient penetration, and promote healthier grass growth in residential lawns, golf courses, sports fields, and parks.

Turf Renovation

Plugger aerators are often employed during turf renovation projects to rejuvenate worn or damaged grass areas. By removing soil plugs from the ground, they help break up thatch, reduce soil compaction, and promote new root growth.


Gardeners use pull-behind plugger aerators to improve soil conditions in vegetable gardens, flower beds, and other cultivated areas. Aeration facilitates better root development, enhances soil drainage, and promotes nutrient uptake for healthier plant growth.


In landscaping projects, plugger aerators are utilized to improve soil structure and health in landscaped areas such as parks, commercial properties, and residential developments. Aeration helps maintain vibrant and lush landscapes by ensuring adequate air, water, and nutrient circulation in the soil.

Pasture Management

Farmers and ranchers use pull-behind plugger aerators to maintain healthy pastures and grazing areas for livestock. Aeration improves soil fertility, reduces soil compaction from grazing animals, and enhances forage growth for better livestock nutrition.

Soil Remediation

Plugger aerators can aid in soil remediation efforts by promoting microbial activity and nutrient cycling in contaminated soils. Aeration helps break down organic pollutants and facilitates the removal of toxins from the soil.

Sports Field Maintenance

Groundskeepers use plugger aerators to maintain sports fields and athletic complexes. Aeration helps mitigate compaction caused by heavy foot traffic and sports equipment, ensuring safe and playable turf conditions for athletes.

Golf Course Maintenance

Golf course superintendents employ plugger aerators to maintain healthy turf on fairways, greens, and tee boxes. Aeration promotes healthy root growth, reduces thatch buildup, and improves water infiltration to enhance playing surfaces and overall course conditions.