OPICO Grassland Machinery

Grassland machinery

The OPICO Grass Harrow covers every inch of the ground, thanks to its unique contour flexing tine bed. It clears moss, opens the surface, improves aeration and encourages growth.

OPICO Air Seeders are easily mounted onto Grass Harrows or any other implement. Seed is broadcast consistently and evenly, giving complete coverage of the area sown. Seed rate can be varied from 1 to 80kg per hectare, according to the type of seed being sown and whether reseeding or overseeding. Where oversowing only specific areas of a field, electronic seeders can also be switched on or off during the harrowing operation.

The OPICO Grassland Sward Slitter improves aeration of plant roots in the upper soil surface and stimulates grass and clover growth. Aeration of the sward root zone is critical for a healthy ley. Slitting allows oxygen interchange through the soil surface and also encourages evaporation of moisture in the surface layer of soil so that it dries out more quickly – this will promote earlier growth in the Spring. The Grassland Sward Slitter features a chamfered trailing blade edge, heavy duty frame, weight carrying rack and protective skid.

OPICO has been selling Danuser diggers and earth drills for over 40 years in the UK. Each digger is constructed from high-grade material and machined to precise tolerances and a selection of auger points and cutting edges are available for different digging needs.


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