Rotavator


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Rotavator

, Rotovator
™ a type of machine with rotating blades that will break up soil
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Colin Bruce, group commander at Lothian and Borders Fire Brigade, said: "The rotavator was completely through his leg.
Everything is done by hand, although we have invested in a 9hp rotavator to turn the soil.
It was identified as a rotavator and I was told how lucky I was to possess such a labour-saving device.
Single run machines such as rotavator, zero till drill, harvesters and combines have made a significant impact on agricultural operations," he added.
We had a rotavator and a lawnmower in here as well as loads of tools.
Effects of enamel coating on the performance of tractor drawn rotavator.
a man in his 70s broke his legs gardening in Langford, Gloucs, when a rotavator ran over him.
For a big area, save some time by hiring a rotavator.
A slight but an insignificant increase in the use of rotavator was observed, whereas use of disc plow increased significantly in all cropping systems of Punjab except cotton-wheat.
Another development is the introduction of farm equipments like Transplanters; Reapers; Threshers and Combine harvesters primary and secondary implements; like chisels plough, rotavator, disc harrow; disc plough and M.
Tenders are invited for Supply of Granular Sub-base with Well Graded Material (CBR-30 or more) (Table:- 400-1 & Table 400-2) Construction of granular sub-base by providing well graded material like natural sand crushed gravel or crushed stone having CBR -30, spreading in uniform layers with motor grader on prepared surface, mixing by mix in place method with rotavator or plant mix method at OMC, and compacting with vibratory rollers of 80 to 100 kN static weight to achieve the desired density, complete as per Clause 401 of Specification