COMBINING ALL SOWING OPERATIONS INTO A SINGLE MACHINE.
The first crumbling rollers bear most of the machine’s weight. When preparing the ground, these rollers come into contact with the rugged, pretreated soil first. These meshed rollers will partly flatten the soil and crush any large clods.
The grass harrow consists of a double row of tines that move back-and-forth sideways. These rows of teeth are located behind the seed box distribution zone, so that the seeds are immediately worked into the
soil during sowing. A 6-position lever, located within easy reach for the operator, lets you control the working depth of the harrow. This depth control makes sure that the levelling is performed as desired. The
grass harrow loosens the structure of the topsoil leaving a level surface. Any bumps or holes in the surface are neatly removed.
The vibrating harrow immediately covers the seed with a layer of soil, so that it is protected from the wind and greedy beaks. The rear crumbling roller compacts the soil just enough to firmly enclose the grass seed. The soil, however, remains light enough to quickly absorb any rainfall. In this safe habitat below the topsoil the moisture levels are ideal for the seed, which will germinate faster.