It finally dried out enough to get part of the garden plowed. Used the Gardener and all went well once the plow started to scour. I let it dry a day and then went in with the 1053 and tiller. Went over most of it twice and was disappointed with the results. Lot of baseball size and smaller clods. I had the tiller mounted to the BCS tractor so got it out and started a run through. Wow! Turned out great. A nice fine smooth seedbed. Went over to the plowed part and tried it there. Same results with only one pass. I thought it may be the ground at first but it wasn't. It is the speed on the tine rotation. The Bolens tiller only turns half as fast or less then the BCS. Ground speed is about the same. The tine speed makes the difference. Will resort to using the GT the first pass over or for areas where we put the seeds in hills and the rest will go over a second time with the BCS to have a nice fine seedbed.