The Terria vary of trailed stubble cultivators with three or 4 rows from Pottinger has just lately gained two additional options which the corporate claims increase effectivity within the area.
Noting that the attachment of seed distributers to varied gadgets of cultivation gear is turning into ever extra standard, the corporate has launched its personal system, with a weight switch system as an additional possibility on the machines.
Terria plus Tegosem
Pottinger argues that the concentrate on taking full benefit of planting timeframes is turning into ever sharper and this contains assembly deadlines for sowing cowl crops after harvest.
Putting in a 500L Tegosem air drill on the corporate’s stubble cultivator is an additional step in the direction of serving to the fast institution of floor cowl, the nice profit being that extra nitrogen within the soil is absorbed by the seedlings and retained on web site.
Making a recent root construction throughout the soil as quickly as doable after harvest additionally helps in enhancing and stabilising the soil construction additionally growing water infiltration whereas lowering the chance of abrasion.
By finishing up each duties in a single move, prices are lowered, timeliness is elevated and with much less area visitors, soil harm is averted to a higher extent.
The Tegosem hopper, with hydraulic fan, is provided with an adaptable metering shaft which is electrically adjusted in response to the driving pace, routinely switching off on the headland.
The corporate has introduced within the possibility of a weight switch system which strikes weight from the stubble cultivator to the rear axle of the tractor.
The stress within the drawbar cylinder could be tailored for various working depths with the potential to switch as much as 1,400kg to the tractor’s drive wheels.
Machines are heavy and taking them onto fields is unavoidable, so the sort of gadget can assist profit from the load concerned.
As an additional refinement to the vary, Terria fashions with tandem rear rollers can now be outfitted with an optionally available levelling board as a substitute of the concave discs for working lighter soils.