Agricultural drainage or land drainage is essential in ensuring that the soil is not saturated which is why it’s so vital for agriculture. Keeping land well drained no only allows crops to flourish but it also means that the land is accessible to machinery at all times, making sure that you can continue on with the work that you need to do. This is the most effective and economical way of substantially improving crop yields so that you get the very best out of your land.
This practice has been used for many years and involves the collection, transportation and disposal of water away from crops, alleviating the problem of water logging. Our Trenching machines offer a good solution in ensuring your land stays well drained.
AFT100 Agricultural Drainage Trenching Machine
Our AFT100 trencher is ideal for installing agricultural drainage systems; it really is a great investment as it allows you to undertake this work at a fraction of what it would cost if you were to use backhoes, excavators or contractors with large self-propelled trenchers. You also have the option of contracting the trencher out to fellow farmers who may have the same concerns about water logging.
With an AFT100 trencher you have the possibility of laying pipe and gravel at the same time, using our hydraulic ripe reel carrier in conjunction with our combined pipe chute and gravel hopper. You can also perfectly set the slope of the trench using a semi or completely automated laser system.
These trenches are perfect for ensuring land doesn’t get water logged and saturated which can have a negative impact on crops and can also cause accessibility issues.
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