Your choice of semi-mounted single-wheel or carriage plough will depend on the contours of your fields and the manoeuvrability and working width that you want.
The choice between in-furrow or on-land is more than a just a discussion; it is about real situations and conditions.
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In a few words, 100 litres of fuel saved for 150 hectares worked.
The details that make all the difference.
Depending on the soil, your farming programme, the working depth and the volume of material to be buried, you can do crumbled or deeper, high furrow ploughing.
Although it has often been criticized, ploughing is making a comeback as it brings a multitude of benefits to the soil in one pass.
Your soil hardness will mainly determine whether you should take a body with bolt-on points or a body with bar points. We recommend bodies with bar points for soils that tend to become compacted or for grasslands.