Trailed cultivators, also known as tillers, carry out an operation halfway between ploughing and harrowing, making the soil homogeneous and preparing it for sowing by reducing clodiness and grooves.
This machine is also perfect for surface cleaning of the soil, since it brings to the surface weed rhizomes and levels the seedbed. Indeed, these tools are ideal for stony and loose soils.
The spring loaded tiller, equipped with blades in parallel rows, allows overturning clods and a partial burying of surface stalks. Tillers for agricultural use on our website are divided in three categories: light, medium and heavy.
Light spring loaded tillers are used for ploughing and harrowing in order to prepare the soil for sowing. These tools are intended to uniform the soil and can be pulled by moderately powerful tractors.
Made of enamelled steel, they ensure sturdiness and convenience of use.
Medium spring loaded tillers not only uniform, but also reduce soil clodiness and grooves.
They can be towed by medium-power tractors and other motorised vehicles.
As well as being more expensive than medium and light models, heavy spring loaded tillers are suitable for farmers who have to carry out demanding and prolonged operations.
These are the principal elements that compose a spring loaded tiller:
Here is a quick guide on the different filters to use when purchasing spring loaded tillers: