A new wing share has been launched for the Amazone Cenius and Cenio mounted cultivators. Measuring 360mm wide, it can be mounted in three positions on the tine to cater to different operating conditions, boosting the versatility of the machines according to the company.
For shallow operation, the wing can be mounted in the lowest position. This means that the share is almost parallel to the soil, providing working depths from 5cm to 15cm.
In dry conditions, where the soil is difficult to penetrate, the wing share can be mounted at the middle point. This means that the point of the tine works deeper than the share, improving the pull-in effect of the cultivator. In the highest position, the angle of the wing share is steeper for more intensive incorporation and soil mixing.
For more information go to www.amazone.co.uk