Shear zone reducing vertical tillage tool that prefers 10-15 km/hr operating speed.
Used as a primary tillage tool in the autumn after the combine to allow the field to weather over winter.
Used to reduce corn borer infestation in autumn passes by chopping maize or straw residue and mixing it into the tilled soil surface.
Used as a spring time last pass finishing tool prior to seeding spring crop to help warm up damp cool soils for quick emergence.
Used to create a smooth, finished, surface and sub surface for smooth planting without putting back yield reducing layers or shear zones.
Used to chit wheat and oilseed rape volunteers or weeds such as black grass.
In No-Till conditions, straw and residue bind nitrogen delaying it from becoming accessible to the crop. This “carbon penalty” is a big reason for yield reductions in direct seeding environments. The Turbo-Max sizes residue and laces it to the ground to hasten decay while mechanically maintaining a uniform soil profile.
Proven around the world in multiple crops and climate conditions.