The weed flora in potato cultivation is strongly influenced by the previous crop. Depending on the crop rotation, different weeds may appear. The EC Ridger is perfect for controlling weeds in potatoes.
This is how your EC-Ridger for potatoes could look like:
- covers 4 ridges
- row distance of 75 cm
The TRS-Elements are mounted on a square tube and they are setted up with hoeing discs, for removing the weeds on the sides of the ridge, spring-tines with shares and a earthing-up shares to build up the ridge again.EC-Ridger
Mechanical weed control
Find your individually configured hoe for weed control in potatoes.Mechanical weed control
Weeds in potatoes
The most common weeds in potatoes in rotations with maize include millet- and amaranth-species, goosefoot, black nightshade. With sugar beet gallant soldier and knotweeds are common and with grain there is often black grass pr annual meadow grass.