The BreakMix point

BreakMix points on machine in field

Improve your result on heavy soils

The BreakMix point combines the advantages of breaking compactions with a very intensive mixing. BreakMix adds versatility, lowers input cost and more importantly improves the agronomical working results. The BreakMix point is intended for primary or secondary tillage, on farms with heavier soils with risks of compaction.

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Two tasks combined in one point

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Mixes at optimum depth

Since the bacteria and fungi are most active in the topsoil, we want to mix residues in the top 10cm of the soil for a faster decomposition. By not mixing at depth, BreakMix avoids pulling up clods to the surface.

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Expert on compaction

Breaking down to 30cm depth eliminates compactions and pans, while also enabling water transport two ways – both upwards and downwards.

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BreakMix point on Cultus

Designed for performance

Hard metal plates made from wolfram carbide prevents any change in point length and also makes it stone resistant. This maximises the points working life in field.

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BreakMix fitted to following products

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