12 Sep 2023
New AMAZONE 360 mm wing share for Cenio and Cenius mounted cultivators
The new AMAZONE wing share for the Cenio and Cenius mounted cultivators is now available in a width of 360 mm. The wing share also enables full-surface and shallow cutting of stubble with a mulch cultivator, thereby breaking the capillarity of the soil. This reduces the drying of the soil in the summer. Furthermore, volunteer grains and weed seeds have perfect germination conditions as a result of the shallow cultivation.
Wing share with 3 different mounting positions
The 360 mm wide wing share can be fixed to the tines on the Cenius and Cenio mounted mulch cultivators in 3 different positions and thus with various heights and angles.
The wing share can be mounted in the lowest of the series of holes in the tines for shallow cutting of cereal stubbles. In this case, the wing share is almost parallel to the soil, which allows shallow working from 5 cm to 15 cm.
If the soil is very hard due to dry conditions, it may be more difficult to pull in a mulch cultivator with this very low attachment of the wing share. The second mounting position of the wing share is provided for this reason. The wing shares are bolted on slightly higher in this position than in the first hole. As a result of the higher mounting position, the point works deeper than the wing share and thus generates a higher undercut with easier pull-in.
The third mounting position of the wing shares is available for a more intensive incorporation and mixing of the soil. In this position, the wings are set at a steeper angle of attack compared to the second position. This angle of attack causes the organic matter to be mixed even more intensively into the soil by the cultivator, further promoting the decomposition process.
The 3 mounting positions of the wing shares enable the mulch cultivator to be used even more universally on farms, especially on those with very variable soils.
- Enables more universal use of the mulch cultivator
- Improves the working quality when full-surface cutting of stubbles as a result of the shallow angle of attack of the wing.
- Optimum pull-in behaviour, even in extremely dry conditions, owing to the steep angle of attack of the share
- Increase in the incorporation of crop residues