The choice of intensive technologies, in which slimy rootstocks are used, is a prospective trend in the development of industrial gardening. This requires the ubiquitous laying of new gardens, which will increase the profit on smaller territories. The laying of new gardens requires effective and resource-saving technical means for digging up and recycling old garden plantings.
While uprooting the garden plantations, we use the technology of solid stubbing with the use of rootkeeper "Sekach", which are basically a blade with teeth on the basis of a caterpillar tractor. A small amount of roots remains in the soil, a minimum compaction of the lower soil layers occurs. As a result, it is not necessary to carry out a large amount of work to restore soil fertility, as modern technologies use the principle of separate uprooting and disposal of old stumps and root systems.
The overall layout and optimal parameters of the working details of the rootkeeper stumps of fruit trees make it possible to increase efficiency and provide resource saving for the process of uprooting. The efficiency of the process is provided by increasing productivity and reducing the negative impact on the soil. Resource-saving is provided by reducing the traction resistance and the possibility of using tractors of general agricultural purpose.
* The scope of work is determined by agreement with each customer on an individual basis.