The new 360mm universal wing share for the Amazone Cenius and Cenio mounted cultivators can be positioned on the tine at three different heights and angles to cater for different conditions.

For the shallow cutting of cereal stubble, the wing share is fixed in the lowest of the holes in the leg, almost parallel to the soil. Working depths (5.0 to 15cm) are said to create the perfect germination conditions for volunteers and weed seeds.

Designed to improve penetration in hard soils, the second mounting point sees the wing shares bolted on slightly higher than in the first position. The point works deeper than the wing share, which Amazone says generates a greater undercut with an easier pull-in.

The third mounting point, in which the wings are set at a steeper angle of attack, provides more intensive organic matter incorporation and mixing of the soil.

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