Baertschi-Fobro invented the Tornado rotary harrow in 1967. This experience and the practical knowledge of rotary harrows, together with the Kulti-Rotor, a successful bed cultivator standard machine for vegetable farming that has been produced since 1984, has resulted in the Kreisel Kulti bed cultivator. The flattening cultivation roller rotates backwards, leaving a perfect surface to the bed. The flat finely and evenly textured tilth is ideal for sowing or planting. The flattening cultivation roller is height-adjustable, which permits various working depths, since the rotary harrow can be adjusted independently of the flattening cultivation roller.
The reverse-turning levelling-cutting roller leaves behind a perfect surface on the patch. Level, finely crumbed, uniformly back-consolidated. Ideal for sowing or planting. The levelling-blade roller is height-adjustable to allow the rotary harrow to be guided horizontally. This permits various working depths of the rotary harrow, i.e., the rotary harrow can be set independently of the levelling-blade roller
The horizontally operating rotary harrow levels off irregularities at the side. Soil layers are not mixed (are mixed less). This is frequently an advantage in the case of wet conditions in the spring. The moisture is not turned to the surface.
The working depth is set via the rear support wheels and the upper link. The generously imensioned wheels which are also laterally adjustable make it possible to press against the plot flanks at the same time if so required.
– Bed rollers of various versions
– Feeding discs
– Front support wheels
– Attachments of all kinds