Interrow Cultivator (mechanical weeder) is a multifunctional machine for plant cultivation. It can be used for interrow weeding,earthing-up, hoeing and grubbing procedures for plants such as: potato, tomato, corn, sugar beet, beans, lettuce, strawberry, sunflower, tabaco, fruit trees etc. standard to 60 cm crops height, optional to 80 cm.
Interrow cultivator consists of separate sections mounted on a main beam. The distance between sections can be smoothly regulated from 20 cm to 90cm, opcjonal to 300 cm. This machine is adjusted to every soil hardness. Working deepth depends on the plantation condition.
This machine is avaible in 2-12 section versions
Kinds of sections :
There is also a possibility to mount finger weeder on the main beam of cultivator. Thanks to it, more additional equipment can be installed on the section such as string rollers.
Standard sections allow to weed crops up to 60 cm height. We offer also elevated version Type BP made for crops up to 80 cm height.
Section Type B (to 60cm) and elevated Type BP (to 80cm)
While using the cultivator on the boggy ground, we recommend using “French” wheels
We offer 3 diffrent kind of endings for cultivator spring tines.
There is a possibility to combine with equipment and mount different accesories to single section of the cultivator
Steerable main frame, Cultivator can be equipped with steering wheel which makes it possible to control the track of the machine independebtly of the tractor. In this way the machine is more precise, which eliminates the risk of damaging the seedlings. The operator has complete control over the direction of the cultivator.
Fertiliser, Cultivator can be equipped with fertiliser feeders which substantially increases the benefits of using the machine. There is a possibility of the simultaneous weeding and fertilising of the crops. The feeders are designed for granular and powder fertilisers as well as for other non-agglomerated dry material in inter-row crops.
The application of the feeder in the cultivator allows very precise dosing of fertilisers at a selected distance from the plant and its root system, which in turn is very beneficial to the development of the plants and achieves savings in mineral fertiliser use (the fertiliser is distributed to the points of its optimum absorption by the plant’s root system).