Cultipacker


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Cultipacker

They consisted of a series of iron wheels, each only a few inches wide, strung together side by side and were used to break up dirt clods in plowed fields.
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cultitasseurcultivateur-tasseur
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Making your property a haven for viewing or hunting is easily accomplished with a few attachments, such as a cultipacker, a disc, or a small plow.
If you have a cultipacker, use it to lightly bury them.
I employed an old chain and a hollow log left over from the logging crew to develop a caveman-like cultipacker that I pulled behind the ATV.
Examples of broadcast equipment include the cultipacker seeder that drops seed from a hopper and then covers the seed with corrugated rollers, and air seeders that disperse seed on the soil surface.
The land should be plowed, harrowed and a cultipacker used lightly to ensure a firm seedbed.
He was a man of overwhelming regrets, as you would expect of someone who as an 11-year-old boy dragged a cultipacker, hitched to the tractor he was driving, over his 6-year-old brother's skull.
A cultipacker seeder is a piece of equipment used for seeding large areas.
An Iowa native prairie mixture was planted on all treatments at a seeding rate of 21.8 kg [ha.sup.-1] (19.4 lb [ac.sup.-1]) using a cultipacker seeder on May 23, 2003.
The red clover was planted at a rate of 7 kg [ha.sup.-1] with a cultipacker seeder over the top of the seeded reed canarygrass plots.
On large sites, a cultipacker seeder (pulled by a tractor) or a hydroseeder (a spraying device that applies seed, water, fertilizer, and mulch at the same time) may be used.
If the site is extensive, the seed may be applied with a cultipacker seeder (a large seeder pulled by a tractor) or by a hydroseeder (a spraying device that applies seed, water, fertilizer, and mulch simultaneously).