A new shallow-working primary cultivator joins the line-up of implements produced by Cousins.

Designed to produce a seed-bed into which cultivator drills can operate, the cultivator uses a new tine design which, when combined with razor rings, is claimed to also encourage weed germination and give better control of blackgrass.

Tines are set to work at a depth of just 50mm – the shallow depth leaving seeds at lower levels undisturbed.

The new cultivator requires about 50hp/metre to work effectively at a forward speed of 9kph, says Cousins.

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