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Coulter arrangement

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The coulters are arranged, in four rows with a row spacing of 18.75 cm, in such a way, that diagonally, “tip to tip”, distances of approx. 75 cm exist between coulters. This principle allows a relatively narrow row spacing (18.75 cm) for the quick coverage of the crop (a full canopy) and at the same time reduces the danger of blockage by any large volumes of straw.

Image film AMAZONE 1883