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Sub Soiler

Sub Soiler



Review Sub Soiler

A subsoiler is a specialized agricultural implement used for deep tillage of the soil, primarily to alleviate soil compaction and improve drainage.

The Sub Soiler Features

  • 3/4″x 6″x 24″ shank
  • shear bolts protection
  • heavy 2 1/2″x 12″ x 10/16″ steel point.
Category: 3 point attachments ,

Grade 50 High Strength Steel

We use Grade 50 high-strength steel, a type of structural steel known for its exceptional strength and durability. It has a minimum yield strength of 50 ksi (kips per square inch), making it great for bearing heavy loads and maintaining stability in tough conditions.

One Year Factory Warranty

Enjoy peace of mind with our one-year factory warranty on the Sub Soiler. We stand behind the quality and durability of our products, ensuring that you get the best value for your investment.

Our warranty covers any manufacturing defects or faults that may arise during normal use of the attachment within the first year from the date of purchase. Whether you’re using our attachments for landscaping, agriculture, or any other application, you can trust that they’re built to last.

The Sub Soiler Can Be used in the following:

Alleviating Soil Compaction

One of the primary uses of subsoilers is to break up compacted soil layers deep below the surface. Soil compaction can occur due to heavy equipment traffic, excessive tillage, or natural soil settling over time. Subsoilers penetrate deep into the soil, fracturing compacted layers and creating channels for water, air, and roots to penetrate.

Improving Drainage

Compacted soil can impede water infiltration and drainage, leading to waterlogging and reduced crop productivity. Subsoilers help improve soil drainage by creating channels for excess water to percolate through the soil profile and drain away, reducing the risk of waterlogging and promoting optimal root growth.

Enhancing Root Growth

Deep tillage with a subsoiler helps create a favorable environment for root growth by loosening compacted soil layers and improving soil aeration. Deeper, more extensive root systems can access nutrients and water more effectively, leading to healthier plants with increased resilience to stress and better yields.

Preparing Seedbeds

Subsoiling is often performed as a preparatory operation before planting crops. By loosening the soil and improving its structure, subsoilers create an optimal seedbed for planting, facilitating seed germination, root establishment, and early crop growth.

Managing Soil Moisture

In addition to improving drainage, subsoiling can help regulate soil moisture levels by enhancing the soil’s ability to absorb and retain water. This is particularly beneficial in areas with erratic rainfall patterns or drought-prone conditions, where maintaining adequate soil moisture is critical for crop success.

Increasing Soil Fertility

Subsoiling can indirectly contribute to increased soil fertility by improving nutrient uptake and availability to plants. Enhanced soil aeration and root growth resulting from subsoiling promote better nutrient cycling and utilization, leading to improved soil health and fertility over time.

Reducing Soil Erosion

Deep tillage with a subsoiler helps maintain soil structure and stability, reducing the risk of soil erosion caused by wind and water. By breaking up compacted layers and promoting better soil aggregation, subsoilers help prevent soil loss and protect valuable topsoil from erosion.