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About used Tine weeders

A tine weeder uproots weeds and thinly covers them. A tine weeder is particularly suitable for combating germinating weeds up to the two leaf stage. The tine weeder can be used soon after planting tray plants or upcoming seeds for instance. The spring tines on the weeder have little effect on perennial weeds. The weeder can be used in combination with an interrow cultivator to combat larger weeds.

The tine weeder can best be used on smooth, medium to fine soil without large clods or clumps of grass. The spring tines follow the surface well and are suitable for all types of soil.

Using the tine weeder between sowing and shooting

Harrowing in the period between sowing and the crop shooting is only possible if the germinating seed is deeper than the working depth of the tine weeder. The crop is sown on weed-free soil in ideal circumstances, preferably in combination with a false seedbed, to give it an advantage in respect to the weeds. The method is effective against germinating weed seeds. The harrow tines are adjusted to a working depth of 2 to 3 cm for blind harrowing.

Adjusting a tine weeder

The best working depth for a tine weeder with spring tines is 2 to 3 cm. This can be adjusted by the supporting wheels if present. Shallow harrowing is important to limit the germination of new weeds. The force of the process can be adjusted by the position of the tines. Usually a slightly sloping position gives the best result. The tines can be adjusted depending on the soil, weeds and crop. The aggressivity of the working is partly determined by the travelling speed. Pay attention to the working depth and the effect on the crop during harrowing. The intensity (travelling speed) must be adjusted to the crop. Plant loss nearly always occurs (2 – 5 percent) when weeding; take this into consideration when sowing.

A capacity of 2.5 ha per hour is achieved at a travelling speed of 3 – 12 km per hour and a working width of 6 metres.

You will find an overview below of the second-hand tine weeders that Duijndam Machines has for sale at the moment, including brands such as Lely, Einbock, Steketee and Hatzenbichler. Our experienced and expert staff are happy to help and advise you about finding the most suitable second-hand tine weeders. Therefore discuss your requirements with our experienced staff.