Landscape rakes have been in the market for a long time. They are the attachment at the rear of the tractor with curved tines at the bottom. Their tines help them to dig into the ground and pull debris out of the soil. The purpose of a landscape rake is to clear the land, which is done uniquely. The tines dig about two inches below the ground, pulling up rocks, thatch, roots, and other debris and holding the soil in place because of the gap between the tines. The landscape rake's curved tines design makes the perfect support for all the dirt, as the tractor transports it to the central location and removes it as needed.