The 9/32 in (7 mm) tines take care of the crucial work. They are arranged in a tine spacing of 31.25 mm (1 7/32 inches) and in 6 rows. The main focus is on combating unwanted weeds.
The tines penetrate the soil while harrowing to a maximum depth of 13/16 - 1 3/16 inches (2-3 cm) to break up and crumble the upper soil crust. This ensures better soil aeration and the capillarity is interrupted. However, the primary focus is the control of unwanted weeds. 90% of the weed germs are decimated naturally by pulling them out of the soil and deposited them to wither.