Hayling Island farmer Simon Walter has come up with the perfect system for transforming his tough clay land into a fluffy seed-bed in just one pass. His home-brewed cultivator uses seven medium-working and two deep-ripping legs to tear through the soil before an Amazone power-harrow – salvaged from the stinging nettles – stirs in the straw and leaves a flat, fine-tilthed top layer ready for seeding. See also: Five 18V cordless grinders on test Farm facts Manor Farm, Hayling Island, […]