Rotary hoeing

Side Dressing

We have a 4-furrow plough and a five furrow semi-mounted plough.

Large and heavy discs are capable of tilling the soil where crops are to be planted. It is also used to chop up unwanted weeds or crop remainders.

Six metres wide means the job gets done faster.

Fertilizing of maize in its initial flush of growth is important and we have a purpose build machine for this task, it lighty cultivates and spreads fertiliser right beside the plant so that the plant can readily draw the nutrients up, ensuring greater productivity.

We can also broadcast with a Twin-Spinner spreader.

Helicopter spreading of urea is another option, which has proved to be a good alternative especially if ground conditions are too wet or the crop has grown too high for the conventional means of side dressing.

Our rotary hoe is small enough to maneuver around tight raceways and powerful enough to do a good job.