The new trailed Terria stubble cultivator line from Pöttinger has working widths of 4-6m and comes as three and four row models.

Capable of everything from shallow stubble cultivation to full-depth tillage, the Terria’s armoury of tools are arranged symmetrically along the drag line for reliable penetration, even in difficult conditions.

To produce a steady soil flow, even in heavy of straw and residue situations, the cultivator has a generous frame height. It can drill at depths of 5-35cm and that’s where Pottinger’s NonStop stone protection system comes in to play, especially at deeper depths.

Vital for fast operation this can either be with a mechanical element, with a 600 kg trigger force, or an adjustable hydraulic version with 650 kg trigger force. Both have maximum trip clearance to reduce wear and tear on both frame and equipment.

Two settings allow adjustment of the legs to alter tilling intensity to either flat or steep action. The screws also function as shear-bolt protection. Flexibility is also provided by two wing positions for shallow cutting-through, or generous mixing.

The wearing parts supplied by Pöttinger comprise the well-known lines Classic, Durastar and Durastar Plus tines. A 40-mm wide narrow share is also available for deep loosening.

To assist a tight turning circle, the wheels have been integrated into the work area, resulting in a more compact total length. The range is equipped with either a two-wheel or the four-wheel chassis, depending on the working width.

For fast and precise adaptation to all kinds of soil conditions, Pöttinger has fitted the Terria with fully hydraulic depth adjustment. Large jockey wheels and rear roller ensure it does not deviate from the selected working depth.

The drawbar is also fitted with a hydraulic cylinder which allows for precise contouring and better traction, using swing clips which transfer the weight of the stubble cultivator onto the tractor’s rear axle.

For levelling, Pöttinger supplies maintenance-free concave discs arranged in pairs which are guided in the soil by the rear roller. That makes repeated adjustment of the working depth unnecessary.

There’s also a wide range of rear rollers – a pack ring, rubber packer and or the tandem Conoroll rollers – to give the right compaction in different soil conditions.