Quivogne’s NSL mounted cultivator uses standard plough points on its tines for cost effectiveness, says the company.

With the option of two or three rows of leaf spring break-back tines, the machine can work to a depth of 260mm, followed by either a hydraulically operated shatterboard or row of serrated discs.

These can be followed by the company’s RollPro or RollCrest presses, or by a Guttler roll instead. Available in 3m and 3.5m working widths, the NSL starts at £13,675.

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