Kongskilde had a new version of its Vibromaster vibrating tine cultivator on its stand. This uses the same well-known tines as previous models, but there are now five rows rather than four to do a more intensive job.
The double roller is also more robust and is therefore capable of exerting more downward pressure than before. There are changes to the levelling boards too, which now have 100mm long spikes that provide even more clod-busting action.
This is an ideal machine for pulling down ploughed land, says tillage sales manager James Garrod, and comes in 6.5m, 7.5m and 8.3m working widths. The price-tag on a 6.5m model is £13,724.