|Model||Width (m)||Weight (kg)*||Power demand (PS)||Number of fingers (pcs)||Performance (ha/h)||Max working depth (cm)|
* For tractors with low weight, appropriate front axle load should be used.
* The given weight is approximate and may differ from the actual one, depending on the equipment and configuration.
TAKE CARE OF MEADOWS AND PASTURES
Incorrect care causes the grasslands to become thinner and lack desired plant species. Appropriate care, i.e. rolling and dragging as well as sowing or re-sowing plants, becomes a necessary procedure to keep the field in proper condition. The Grass 300 copes well with these challenges.
No-till care is the easiest and cheapest way to improve the condition of meadows and pastures. Aeration of the soil limits water evaporation, loosens the soil and improves grass propagation.
The first section in which the GRASS 300 is equipped is the scraper blade (option). The task of this tool is to eliminate molehills and other unevenness created in the field. The strip has a convenient hydraulic adjustment, thanks to which the user can maintain control over the machine's operation during journeys.
OPTIMAL REMOVAL OF RESIDUES
The next section consists of two rows of scrapers with a diameter of 12 mm and one - with a diameter of 8 mm. The scrapers are manually adjusted with a turnbuckle. Spring tines rake grass, weeds, felting, moss and other residues and bumps.
They ensure the destruction of shallow-rooted weeds and self-seeders. The last row is also intended to cover the seeds thrown out by the seeder.
EFFECTIVE SOIL LOOSENING
Thanks to the use of a prismatic roller, the soil is optimally scarified so that the seeds get the best conditions for growth. The tines of the embankment are great at eliminating residues from previous soil use. The hydraulic shaft adjustment makes it easy to adapt the machine to the conditions in the field.
When working on heavy peat soils, the shaft requires a scraper that prevents sticking to the shaft.
More precise alignment thanks to the scraper bar. Leveling unevenness such as molehills.
STEPS AND PLATFORMS
Steps and platforms facilitating access to the sowing unit. Simple refilling of the seed hopper.