Your benefits at a glance
Crumbling of the soil surface over the entire area and the reconsolidation of the sowing horizon improve the water supply in the germination area. This results in optimum seed emergence and reliable crop development. The emergence of volunteer grain and weed seeds after stubble cultivation can also be considerably improved by rolling.
At the same time, slugs and snails are effectively controlled via the reduction of hollow spaces in the soil. The soil contact of cereal crops forced up by the frost can be restored by rolling in the spring. Possible winter kill damage caused by black frost is thereby reduced. AMAZONE Cambridge rolls are available with Cambridge rings in working widths of 12.2 m and 15.4 m. The individual roller segments with their freely moving intermediate rings are mounted separately from each other, in order to ensure outstanding self-cleaning and contour adaptation over the full working width. The resulting high possible working speeds provide enormous efficiency and low operating costs. The AW Cambridge rolls are universally usable implements for professional arable farms from stubble cultivation and seedbed preparation to rolling over-wintered cereal crops.
- AW 12200, 12.2 meters working width
- AW 15400, 15.4 meters working width