Field cultivator


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Field cultivator

A two-wheeled cultivator used in seedbed preparation. They were an alternative to the harrow and were also used to remove any weeds that may have sprung up between the time a field was harrowed and crops such as wheat were to be drilled or sowed.
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He rips and chisels the ground in the fall and follows with a second pass with a field cultivator in the spring.
His most cherished pieces include a single bottom plow, a walk-behind plow, a horse-drawn field cultivator and a horse-drawn, ground-driven field mower.
The Field Cultivator/Chisel Plow Product Delivery Process Team from the Tillage Division of John Deere Des Moines Works was honored for advances in field cultivator and chisel plow performance, which includes depth control, sweep penetration, soils disturbance, soil profile, and transportability.
I scavenged my digging tines from an old field cultivator ("quack digger").
The minimum amount of equipment needed on a farm today is a tractor, disk, planter, field cultivator, spray rig, combine with corn and bean headers, and a grain truck.
1 EFFECT of TILLAGE SYSTEM on RESIDUE CONSERVATION Wheat 45 bu/acre Post-Till Cover Pre-Till Cover % Action Loss % lb 90 Overwintering 10% 81 2768 81 Chisel (straight points) 25% 61 1559 61 Field Cultivator ([is greater than] 12") 15% 52 1211 52 Low-Till Drill 20% 41 888 Cost of Tillage, per acre: $25.
This gear was hooked by a field cultivator in an old family field.
Depending on the size of your patches, you can work the ground with a turning spade or fork, a small or large rotary tiller, or a tractor-mounted field cultivator or disc.
Either way, the tiller takes the place of land plow, disc, field cultivator and, in some cases, even a row cultivator when some of the tines are removed.
The parts are used in agriculture equipment that includes field cultivators, soil finishers, chisel plows, disc chisels, and air till drills.
Today, scientists are taking a new look at field cultivators to learn how they might fit into improved weed control strategies in cornfields.