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Many farmers want to use a flexible machine for differing soil and operating conditions. That means, for example, a rotary cultivator with their ''on-grip'' tines for relatively heavy soils when mulch sowing and a rotary harrow with tines set to trailing mode on lighter, stony soils, so that the stones are pressed back down into the soil. Previously, the tines have often simply been turned from ''trailing'' to ''on-grip''. The finished result can then often be unsatisfactory, because only tines specially designed for each specific purpose can produce the best work.
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AMAZONEN-WERKE are specialists in fertiliser spreaders, seed drills, active (rotary cultivators and rotary harrows) and passive (disc cultivators and harrows) soil tillage, precision air seeders and crop protection sprayers. AMAZONE has also been offering high-performance equipment for park and lawn maintenance and winter road gritting for many years. You will find out everything else here in the image film!