DESTONING CULTIVATED LAND AND FILTERING FOREIGN SUBSTANCES
Stones or other foreign substances in cultivated land can damage agricultural equipment, make working the land more difficult as well as limit the planting of specific cultures (e.g. vegetables). However, collecting the stones is not always necessary. If a meadow is being seeded in the area in question, breaking down the stones often suffices or concealing them in deeper layers.
Often, stones are not the problem. Particularly topsoil in reconstruction areas can have foreign substances such as bricks, non-woven materials and the like. These unnatural foreign substances must always be removed because otherwise, they can be assessed as contaminated material.
We have the following options with our special machinery:
Collection of stones on the land
Grinding of stones in the topsoil
Reverse rotary cutting of meadowlands
Removal of other foreign substances such as non-woven materials, debris and other foreign matter