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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After the tomato harvest the site was disced and rotavated before being transplanted.
Recently, on fields that cannot be ploughed, grass seed has been spread over the top of rotavated ground and rolled in with good success.
Then the soil in the inter-rows was ploughed to a depth of approximately 15cm and rotavated to prepare the seedbeds.
They are the most effective escape artists and are very likely to end up in an area that you don't want rotavated if you are not careful.
The dewatered flesh sludge was manually spread on the surface of each plot and rotavated into the soil to 20 cm depth.
"The surface was rotavated on Friday and again on Saturday," said Packer.