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Experiments were conducted in a silty clay soil to evaluate the performance of a rototiller equipped with new serrated blades. Tests were conducted at tractor forward speeds of 1.0, 1.5 and 2.0 km ...
In agriculture, a harrow is an implement for breaking up and smoothing out the surface of the soil. The result is that, unlike a rotary tiller, soil layers are not turned over or
For a four acre patch, I would personally lean toward a disk since this implement will be able to work at three or four mph while the tiller creeps along. And, should stumps or large rocks be encountered, the disk will just ride over them. I also like a somewhat more firm seedbed that the disk creates.
The SPEEDTILLER ® by K-Line Ag is a high-performing dual purpose disc-tillage machine used for soil conditioning with superior penetration. Ideal for high-speed disc tillage, it can efficiently cut, size and incorporate high levels of crop residue increasing the carbon content in your soil.
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Doc, I have both and rarely use the disc anymore. The tiller I have is 5ft. same as the disc. The tiller does a great job for yards and gardens but if you are just working up a field for planting a disc is faster. I have heavy clay soil also. My tiller does a super job on the garden but I do wish I had got a 6ft. to cover the rear tire tracks.
Page 1 of 2 - Rototiller vs Plow and Disc and Harrow, etc. - posted in Machinery: Does anyone out there besides me use a rototiller for plowing hay fields? I used to moldboard plow and disc and harrow, and always thought of 3 point tillers as not tuff enough to handle more than a couple of acres at a time. Then a few years ago I ran into an old timer that turned me on to a rototiller brand ...