A seedbed that is not too finely crumbled is the basis for even and high-yielding stands. TREFFLER's passive tillage implements break the soil crumbs at the weakest link. PTO-driven implements, on the other hand, break the soil crumbs at the point where the tool hits - often at a strong joint. Thus, these machines promote soil erosion and siltation. TREFFLER machines protect the soil from wind and water erosion with stable crumbs and a layer of mulch on the surface.
The particularly flat work of TERFFLER precision machines also supports weed management. This means that the work can be flatter and flatter towards sowing. The aim here is to regulate the emerging weeds after they have emerged. In doing so, no weed seeds from deeper soil layers should be brought to the soil surface, as these subsequently emerge. This makes it possible to have a weed-free field for sowing.
Patented tine for particularly shallow work from a working depth of 2cm
Precise frame guidance via pendulum support wheels and double packer
Goosefoot shares with 8cm overlap for a full-surface cut
Wide range of packers for optimum reconsolidation (TG only)
TGA300 and TGA430 optionally available with a double crumbler roller
Patented tine for stable harrowing
Line spacing of 9.6cm for uniform spillage over the entire area
Lightweight frame construction - 6.5m working width can be driven with 130 hp or more
Versatile, year-round machine for incorporation of organic matter and seedbed preparation