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Break up soil encrustations and decimate unwanted weeds at the same time - made easy with APV machines!
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Better soil respiration
The tines of the Tined Weeder AS penetrate the soil while harrowing to a maximum depth of 2-3 cm to break up and crumble the upper soil crust. This ensures better soil aeration and the capillarity is interrupted.
The main focus is on combating unwanted weeds. While the tines sweep over the soil, the weeds, which are already in threads or germinating, are pulled out and deposited on the soil surface. There they wither and die off. This means that approximately 90% of the weed germs are decimated.
Development stages of weeds
When harrowing, the tines penetrate into the soil surface and primarily bury the weed seedlings. A loose and crumbly soil without crusting is particularly important for this. The smaller the weed seedlings, the more effective the harrowing.
The best efficacy is achieved when they are hardly visible yet, at a very early germination stage. Once the weeds have reached the 2 (to 4) leaf stage, harrowing is generally useless.