Which type of soils can you work on?
This cultivator, thanks to the type of tiller blades used, can also work on rough ground with roots and stones. It is not recommended to use it on wet ground given the greater force required to split the clumps of earth, while for dryer ground it is recommended to make two crossed passes at a reduced depth.
Do the tiller blades need maintenance?
The tiller blades don't need particular maintenance, but it is recommended to keep them clean and oiled during longer periods when it is not being used.
What is the rear tine for?
The rear tine has a very important function. The operation of the tiller blades rotating in the ground propels the machine forwards and, when in contact with uneven clumps of earth, moves unpredictably. Having the tine well established in the ground anchors the machine to the surface and allows its forward motion to be more regular and fluid.
Can I leave the front jockey wheel down during periods of use?
No, the front jockey wheel is solely for transport. It should be raised during operation.