Power Harrow For Sale: Tilling System Part 1
The present invention provides an add-on tillage system which will be added-on to existing compact tractors and compact tractor attachments for tilling. This compact tractor attachment gives a tillage add-on device designed to till a field in spring before planting and in fall plus after harvesting farm crops for primary tillage. The system of this invention includes a plurality of spaced first deep tilling tines that plough the sector deep along planting rows. A plurality of spaced rows of shallow tilling tines positioned ahead of and mostly behind the deep tilling tines within the moving direction of the tiller smoothen the bottom next to the deep tilled area and clear the debris on the land partitions between the deep tilled planting rows. This creates a field that appears tilled, instead of a field which, despite having been deep tilled, retains unsightly plant stocks and weed residue between the deep tilled locations. The last row of shallow tilling coulter is usually as long as features a ruffled disk pushes debris like plant stocks into the bottom , thereby mixing and anchoring tilled soil between the deep-tilled groves and preventing water run-off and consequent erosion. A 3rd set of compact tractor attachments for sale features a series of power harrow for sale, cage rollers or packer wheels could also be used behind the shallow tilling ruffled disks to smoothen the soil surface.
In a first embodiment, the add-on tillage system includes a tilling unit having a standard tool bar having attached thereto a primary set of a plurality of tilling tines or coulters adapted to supply deep grooves during a tilled field. Means are provided for adjusting spacing between the tines or coulters, tilling tines or coulters up and down as a gaggle being loaded by spring force, compressed gas pistons or hydraulically actuated rams. a primary mount is tailored to receive a tongue with hydraulic operations for mounting to a Kioti tractor. A second mount is tailored to receive a tongue with hydraulic mount to an agricultural device adapted to be pulled by the tractor. The add-on tillage system tills topsoil for a clean appearance, providing improved rain/irrigation water absorption, eliminating water run-off and erosion.
The tillage system features a tool bar that carries a plurality of deep tilling tines with inserted hardened steel projections adapted to till the bottom along a plurality of planting rows. thanks to the massive diameter of those deep-tilling tines, the depth of till could also be adjusted from about 5 inches to 12 inches for fall tilling and from 5 to eight inches for spring tilling. Such an adjustment is definitely made by changing the situation of a private attachment bar loaded by spring, atmospheric pressure or a hydraulic pump , which connects the deep tilling cutters to the tool bar. This first set of deep-tilling tines could also be driven at a tilling ground speed selected by the operator. When a deep tilling tine comes across a tough object like rock, the loading mechanism yields, thereby preventing damage to the deep tilling tines. The deep tilling tines unearth weeds and convey to the highest of the soil any plant roots present there within. As a results of this deep tilling, deep grooves are formed within the field. These grooves are bound by two mounds of soil, one mound being located to either side of the deep groove. The deep tilling tines could also be made with variety of structural configurations including toothed tines with lateral and radial extensions, three dimensionally formed ruffled coulters and other geometric shapes all made to deep till a depth of 5 to 12 inches. If deeper depth is required for various soil types, the diameter of the deep tillage tine are going to be increased. Unless disturbed, the land segments between the deep grooves would remain essentially untilled and exhibit an unsightly appearance. a standard tilling system doesn't have these shallow tilling tines or coulters. Irrigation of the sector occasioned by rain or artificial irrigation causes water to gather within the deep grooves. The deep grooves have limited volume, which limits their ability to soak up water into the sector . Moreover, the mounds formed to either side of the grooves typically contain top quality topsoil, which tends to be washed off, carrying fertilizer that was previously applied, and producing erosion. The power of water to be absorbed within the untilled portion of the sector between the deep tilled grooves is extremely limited and most of the water supplied by rain or artificial irrigation runs faraway from the sector thanks to soil compaction without benefiting the planted crop.