The tines drag through the soil helping to loosen and remove weeds making this is the ideal tool for inter-row weeding. It is easily adjustable for width and the working depth is controlled using the rear wheel.
The two larger models have the option of straight or spring tines, and there is a version of the 5-tined model available with self-regulating tines (they stay parallel when adjusting the width).
There are 7 variations of the tined cultivator:
3-tined – adjustable – straight tines
Working width: 20cm (8”) to 65cm (26”)
5 tined – adjustable or self-regulating – straight or spring tines
Working width: 25cm (10”) to 90cm (35”)
7 tined – adjustable – straight or spring tines
Working width: 30cm (12”) to 110cm (43”)
|No of Tines||3||5||7|
|Working Width||20cm (8”) to 65cm (26”)||25cm (10”) to 90cm (35”)||30cm (12”) to 110cm (43”)|
|Dimensions (L W H)|
Which power units will the tined cultivator fit to?
|3 Tined||5 Tined||7 Tined|
|Straight Tines||Straight Tines||Spring Tines||Straight Tines||Spring Tines||Straight Tines||Spring Tines|
What are the minimum power unit requirements?
4.8hp petrol engine.
Two working speeds.
4.00 x 8 agricultural wheels.
Are any couplers or toolbars needed?