Fobro Kulti rotor
The fobro rotary cultivator bedformer has proved its efficiency through many years of service. It is indispensable especially in vegetable cultivation, as well as in tree nurseries and specialised crops. The advantage of producing the seed or plant bed in a single pass between the tractor tracks is sure to provide an optimal result. The 2000 model is equipped with a direct robust gearbox; both chains with automatic chain tensioners run in an oil bath; the tools have been newly resized. This means more performance with less maintenance.
• 2 large adjustable concave discs Ø 50 cm
• Special shape of cutting blades
• New type of mounting for cutting blades
• Counter-rotating levelling auger
• The bed can be raised or left flat thanks to adjustable parameters (height, width, and angle). A solid lane is maintained nevertheless.
• Prevents formation of plough soles, and creates a coarse substructure.
• The cutting blades are mounted spiral-like from both outer edges, and rotate in the middle. The earth is thus transported into the middle of the bed, and solidifies it.
• The machine leaves a uniform surface texture with a perfect crumb structure for your seeds or plants.
• Long blades
• ACCORD quick coupling triangle
• Ridge roller, driven in the direction of travel
• Plastic roller, spring-loaded
• Mount for fertilizers and grit spreaders
• Front attachment
• The ground can be processed deeper thanks to the use of long blades. (E.g. for carrot cultivation, deep planting of leeks, etc.)
• The easiest and best quick coupling for vegetable cropping helps to shorten the changeover times.
• You can convert your FOBRO rotary cultivator to shape the beds with a pressing roller in just a few simple steps.
• The pressure force of the roller and thus the additional reconsolidation can be adjusted depending on soil type and cultivation requirements. Since the support wheels are not removed, the set consolidation is preserved, even if the weight in the hopper decreases. The plastic roller saves weight, reduces bonding, and prevents a build-up of soil on the roll.
• The frequently occurring volatilization of fertilizer can be avoided; precise depth control and distribution is guaranteed. Up to a third of fertilizer can be saved, since no fertilizer is directed into the lanes.
• At least two operations can thus be combined. The dependence on weather is reduced, since the plant or seed bed is prepared in one pass, and can be planted or seeded at the same time. The idle times for machine changes, the organizational effort, and double travels are drastically reduced.