Subsoiler PLOWER is designed for loosening soil without tipping it. Operating the machine results in better drainage and fertilization the top layer of soil. PLOWER is therefore applicable in the rehabilitation of pastures and fallow lands in the whole range of soils from light to heavy.
Subsoilers are intended for processing the land worn at depth from 25 up to 50 cm in order to prevent soil erosion, breakage of the bed former after processing with plow and continuously improve the ventilation and moisture conditions of the soil.
You can work the soil without turn it vertically, drag and promote the restoration of water permeability, preventing the mixing of the processed surface and the loss of organic matter in depth. Standard supply: Shear bolts shear a tear Sharp Esplosori with Side tabs . Reversible p
The plow with working width 4.3 m is designed for basic soil cultivation and cracking the lower soil structure. A rear packer tube roller is available as an option to compact and level the soil after the passage of the subsoiler. It is aggregated with the tractors of minimal capacity of 183 kWt/250 hp.
This machine is particularly suited to replace plowing, since it can handle work at depths of up to 50/60 cm, with a working width that makes the use of subsoilers one of the most cost-effective systems available today. The special 45-degree inclination of the anchor makes the DONDI subsoiler efficient for rapid soil penetration and cost-effective ...
SPEC - three-row cultivator for after harvesting and plowing with universal spring steel housing for mounting tines curve or straight. Housings are mounted on bolts, what allows individual settings of the tines type or quantity. Special shape of tines and working tools provides excellent cultivation.
The Great Plains Inline Sub-Soiler is another step in the evolution of our vertical tillage family designed to eliminate yield-robbing compaction layers created by horizontal tillage tools such as plows, disks, and sweep implements.
Better than ploughing: The Express Plough does not create hardpan, restructures the topsoil, refines the surface layer, and creates a mulch on the top. Exchanges between subsoil and topsoil are improved, as are the drainage of rainwater and rooting crops. The decomposition of stubble is faster, organic matter is not diluted.