Angad Hal Cultivator


A cultivator is a farm implement primarily used for secondary tillage. 

Cultivators breaks and pulverize the soil, either before planting  to aerate the soil and prepare a smooth, loose seedbed or after the crop has begun growing to kill weeds by uprooting them. Unlike a harrow, which disturbs the entire surface of the soil, cultivators are designed to disturb the soil in careful patterns, sparing the crop plants but disrupting the weeds.


  • Cultivators are used for seedbed preparation both in dry and wet soils.
  • It is also used for weeding/intercultural purpose by adjusting the tynes in wider row crops like Sugarcane, Cotton etc.
  • It can be used for loosing the soil after plant germination to aerate the roots.


  • 18″-32″ adjustable width.
  • Height adjustable hitch.
  • Built strong & tough.
  • Replaceable shovel.



  • Thicker tynes to restrain from sudden impact loads. Sharp edged points to give easier and deeper penetrations with effective uprooting of crop residue and cutting of heavy soil clods at any soil conditions.
  • Provision for spacing adjustments between tynes to be useful for various soil conditions and various crops.
  • Sharp edged Reversible shovels that gives deeper penetrations at any soil conditions and can be reversed and used on the other side after complete wear of one side.
  • Can be used for uprooting after cutting crops or primary tillage operations before Sowing in loose soils.
  • As time passes by, foot traffic or weather conditions cause the soil to compact, making it difficult for growing plants to get water and air to survive.
  • Cultivators have enough strength to loosen different soil conditions to prepare for planting. With tines and disks, they can break clods into small pieces. That way, your plants get more air and water, also draining efficiently.
  • Besides that, it helps in mixing soil with other components, such as manure, compost, fertilizer, or potting mixes.
  • Cultivators can help remove weeds efficiently.
  • This is because when you apply the tines to the soil, it loosens up both the soil and weeds.
  • That way, it’s much easier to pull out and keep weeds away, even incorporating weeds to planting rows that put back its nutrition to the soil!


A cultivator works optimally when the soil is slightly moist to the touch. Soil that is too dry or wet will be  difficult to cultivate with ease.

Due to continuous improvement in Angad Hals  and its accessories and attachments on the basis of market feedback above specification are subject to change with out any prior notice. Please contact the company/our hubs for latest specification.