Rotavator


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Rotavator

(ˈrəʊtəˌveɪtə) or

Rotovator

n
(Tools) trademark a type of machine with rotating blades that break up soil
[C20: original form Rotavator, from rota(ry) (culti)vator]
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Rotavator

® [ˈrəʊtəveɪtəʳ] N (Brit) → motocultor m
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The spokesman advised instead of burning of rice stubble, farmers should mix the crop residual into the soil through deep plough through rotavator or disc harrow.
He advised that instead of burning of rice stubble, farmers should mix the crop residue into the soil through a deep plough through a rotavator or disc harrow.
The complainant said in the FIR that on the evening of Oct 18 he went to Murad Shah to see his son and saw Iftikhar and his two accomplices pushing him into rotavator machine.
The 21-year-old, Rashid was tortured and crushed under rotavator, after he had a quarrel with suspect Iftekhar and his three accomplices.
The department plans to give laser land leveller, tractor trolley, disc harrows among the winners of this competition on provincial level while cotton planters, rotavator and boom sprayers would be given to winners on district level.
Weeds grown in citrus fruit gardens must be buried in land with the help of rotavator machine as it does not let the land to get much warm and ultimately helps in protecting the roots from decay, they said.
Three tillage system including Minimum Tillage (Rotavator), Conventional tillage (Rotavator + Cultivator) and Deep tillage (chisel Plough) were evaluated at three farmyard manure levels (0, 10 and 15 tons/ha).
They said initially the sets - each comprising rotavator, disc harrow, seed drill and chisel plough - had to be provided to farmers on subsidy.
For larger spaces, hire a rotavator to turn over the ground.
SKELMANTHORPE: Monday, July 20 - Burglar breaks into shed through window and steals a rotavator. Friday, July 24 - Intruders get into garden causing damage and stealing solar lighting.
The tractor is compatible with all commonly used agricultural implements, like rotavator, cultivator, harrow and leveller."
A GARDENER was taken to hospital after his leg became impaled on the 14in blades of a soil rotavator.