The cultivator was invented in 1912 as the rotary cultivator tractor tool by Arthur Clifford Howard in Gilgandra, New South Wales, Australia. It is a versatile tractor attachment that is primarily used to prepare the soil prior to sowing with the least amount of labour, fuel, and time. Horses replaced tractor cultivator power in the twentieth century. It's a farm tool for secondary tillage and land preparation.
Cultivator tractor implements, also known as agricultural implements, are primarily used to mix soil around a crop to promote growth and eliminate weeds. The most important part of any farming operation is the tractor cultivator. Tractor cultivators come in a variety of designs and models from numerous manufacturers. The price of cultivator is varies on its types and brand. Cultivators cost between Rs. 6000 and Rs. 60000. The cultivator has a width range of 3M to 24M.
Types of cultivator are Trailed type cultivator, Mounted type cultivator, Cultivator with spring-loaded tines, Cultivator with rigid tines, and Duck foot cultivator.
There are numerous cultivator brands that are well-known in India:
Fielding Tractor Cultivator, Soil Master Tractor Cultivator, Universal Tractor Cultivator, Khedut Tractor Cultivator, LandForce Tractor Cultivator, John Deere Tractor Cultivator, Sonalika Tractor Cultivator, Farming Tractor Cultivator, Captain Tractor Cultivator, Lemken Tractor Cultivator, Swaraj Tractor Cultivator
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