The above illustration shows the Rear view
of the John Deere
Two-row Tractor-mounted Cultivator. See how there
are two spring teeth mounted behind each rear wheel. This removes
the wheel-track from the row as you cultivate.|
The picture below shows the real life version, from the same angle as the illustration.
See how the rear tires straddle
two rows of the crop.
The rows of asparagus are planted so far apart, that I have ALL
of the tines between the rows. I am actually using the machine
as a one-row cultivator. The rear tines suffice to cultivate the outside
of the rows, but they don't go anywhere near halfway to the next row. So,
you really have to cultivate between each row.
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