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Used Soil furrowing machines

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  • Quality equipment
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  • Since 1977

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About second-hand Soil furrowing machines

For all types of crops, specific soil cultivation machines are used. These soil cultivation machines are designed to work the agricultural soil in such a way that the crops can grow optimally. Often, cultivating crops leads to soil compaction. Besides cultivation, heavy agricultural machinery also contributes to the increasing density of the soil. A compacted soil is something you want to avoid because it hinders crop growth.

With soil cultivation machines, you can loosen or break up the soil, preventing compaction and creating an optimal soil for your crops. Ridgers and cultivators naturally fall into this category, but also plows, spading machines, and harrowers are soil cultivation machines that are frequently used.

Soil cultivation machines are essential in a successful farming operation. However, new machines can be quite expensive to purchase, especially if you regularly change crops. Therefore, we generally recommend opting for young, second-hand soil cultivation machines. These are more budget-friendly in terms of acquisition, and due to the reliability of these machines, they can often last for a long time!

On this page, you will find all the used soil cultivation machines that we currently have in stock. If you are interested in any of our machines or need assistance in finding the machine that suits you, feel free to contact us so that one of our sales representatives can assist you.


Types of Soil Cultivation

The purpose of soil cultivation is to prepare the seedbed as effectively as possible for an optimal harvest. Since each crop grows differently, soil cultivation varies for each crop. Generally, creating an optimal soil is done by improving water management and root penetration. Depending on the machine, there are different methods of soil cultivation, namely:

Mixing the soil;
Eliminating soil compaction;
Surface cultivation;
Deep cultivation.


Benefits of Soil Cultivation

Choosing the right soil cultivation machine provides the following benefits

Improved water management;
Better air circulation;
Reduction of harmful soil moisture;
Improved root development of crops;
Good absorption of nutrients by crops.


Used Hoeing Machine

One of the most common methods of soil cultivation and weed removal is hoeing. A hoeing machine allows for large-scale, quick, and efficient soil cultivation and weed removal. These machines are used in arable farming, as well as vegetable cultivation and horticulture. A hoeing machine is the perfect solution to keep crops weed-free without the use of pesticides, making it an organic method.

The operation is simple but effective; the hoes cut the weeds 1 to 2 centimeters below the ground, stopping their growth. Hoes can be extended with harrows and fingers to remove weeds even more effectively and push the loose soil towards the crop rows.


Second-hand Plowing Machines

Plowing machines, also called plows or plowshares, are soil cultivation machines used for the cultivation of various vegetables. Root crops, such as leeks, parsnips, and carrots, benefit from a loose root zone in the soil with plenty of air. Breaking the so-called plow pan, therefore, increases yields.

By plowing the soil, you bring the soil into a state that is ideal for the crop to be planted. By applying manure, humus, or compost to the soil before plowing, you add extra nutrients, increasing soil fertility.


Ridge and Row Cultivators

In addition to hoeing and plowing machines, row and ridge cultivators are widely used in arable farming. These cultivators are often used to create a seedbed or ridge. Vegetables such as potatoes and asparagus grow in an elevated "ridge," which is created with ridge cultivators. Row cultivators can also be used for mechanical weed control between the "rows" of your crop.


How to Find the Right Soil Cultivation Machine?

On this page, you will find an overview of all available second-hand soil cultivation machines. In the filter on the left, you can select what you are looking for, such as a cultivation machine for field vegetables, greenhouse vegetables, fruit cultivation, and flowers and plants. When you are on the page of a specific machine, you will find all the necessary information about the product. If you are interested in any of the machines, you can easily request more information or a non-binding quote from us. Do you want to be sure of something? Contact us by phone or come by to view the soil cultivation machine yourself at our company. You will get the best impression of a used machine by seeing it in person. Of course, we are also happy to advise you on which soil cultivation machine is best for your situation.


How We Work at Duijndam Machines?

At Duijndam Machines, we always aim to have as wide a stock of high-quality machines as possible. Usually, our stock counts around 1200 used machines. Our philosophy is that our customers can go on for many years with the delivered machines. The choice for quality starts with a critical purchasing policy. After purchase, we check the machines on various important points. This is followed by a thorough cleaning and any necessary repairs to the offered machine. Meanwhile, clear photos and a description are added to our website, allowing potential customers to orient themselves well online. When a customer has found a suitable machine, it can potentially be delivered worldwide.

If you are interested in any of our soil cultivation machines, you can contact us and receive personal advice from us.