Achieving a compact seedbed is of prime importance to ensuring successive crop growth.
Unnecessary tillage not only adds to costs but also removes vital moisture from the soil.
It is therefore important from an economical as well as an agricultural perspective that a compact seedbed is established in as few steps as possible. Attention should also be paid to narrow tine spacing so that the highest standard of work can be achieved, even for shallow tillage (around 5cm).
For deeper tillage (up to 15cm) you have the option of combinations with wing shares.