First introduced in 1999, the Supercoulter is the original vertical tillage tool. In fact, it’s still one of the few true vertical tillage tools on the market today. That’s because, while other manufacturers may claim to offer vertical tillage, their equipment usually has concave, angled blades that move soil laterally. This can cause compacted soil layers, defeating the entire purpose of vertical tillage. On the other hand, Summers uses two rows of straight-tracking coulter blades on the Supercoulter to aggressively chop residue and slice through the soil, eliminating soil layers and promoting deep root growth.

Applications: vertical tillage, spring tillage, spring residue management, fall tillage, fall residue management, soil conditioning, seedbed preparation, no till, conventional tillage

Available in Green and Red




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