This is best carried out in the spring or early summer, but only if ground conditions allow. It needs to be dry enough to carry the weight of the tractor without causing damage to the ground.
Harrowing pulls up dead grass, providing space for healthy grass to fill. Harrowing also breaks up the surface of the ground allowing better drainage and an increase in available nutrients for plant uptake.
This disturbance of the ground surface, promotes tillering (new grass shoots). This increases sward density, reducing the opportunity for weeds to take hold in the pasture.
Our heavy duty spring tine harrow can be adjusted to provide different tine angles depending on conditions and what you would like to achieve. It is foldable to fit through gateways and wide enough to give high outputs when in the field. Our harrow has strong 8mm spring steel tines and follows ground contours using floating frames to ensure optimum performance.
Key Benefits of Harrowing
- Aerates the sward
- Encourages more vigorous growth
- Helps prevent thatch and moss build up
- Breaks up and spreads manure and mole hills
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