How does it work?
It aerates the soil through a cultivation action in the ground. As well as leaving a void for air and moisture penetration, shatters the ground between the tines producing a soil structure well suited to new root growth while providing air, moisture and fertilizer to the roots through improved capillary action.
What does it do?
It is used to aerate, cultivate, renovate and roll. It prepares seed-bed, provides a pathway for fertilizer and lime movement, controls erosion, opens soil, relieves compaction and provides optimum conditions for root growth and maximum yield.
$3 per acre and $10 minimum per day
$50 service and cleaning charge up front; refunded if drill is cleaned and greased
$25 per day, if in your possession and not being used. Daily charge may be waived by the District Board of Directors if a call is made to the District office stating the reason for non-use; i.e., bade weather, etc.
A Commercial Insurance Binder is required; a card or letter from your insurance and name the district as an additional insurance carrier in the amount of $500,000.