Rotavator


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Rotavator

, Rotovator
™ a type of machine with rotating blades that will break up soil
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Experiment was comprised of three tillage system including Minimum Tillage (Rotavator), Conventional tillage (Rotavator + Cultivator) and Deep tillage (chisel Plough).
tractor offers good PTO power at 540 rpm and is compatible with all commonly used agricultural implements, like the rotavator, cultivator, harrow and leveller.
Colin Bruce, group commander at Lothian and Borders Fire Brigade, said: "The rotavator was completely through his leg.
"We're very grateful." Local businesses supported the project with Travis Perkins providing materials for the pathways and fencing, and Jewson supplying a rotavator to help turn over the ground for the wildflower field.
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.
City services (part of Coventry City Council) came with a rotavator which has made it easier and the pupils have done a marvellous job."
W HETHER you wish to invest in a new lawn mower or hire out a rotavator, visit the award-winning JT Williams Garden Machinery and Tool Hire.
a man in his 70s broke his legs gardening in Langford, Gloucs, when a rotavator ran over him.
If you have a really big area to sow it may be worth hiring a rotavator, but before you do that make sure you get rid of all the weeds.
Tenders are invited for tractor driver for operating tractor, power tiller, rotavator, disc plough, mb plough, and other farm machinery and tractor trolley with valid license