STIHL MH 710 - Power Tiller/ Weeder
The STIHL tiller MH 710 has the highest performance specifications. This machine makes extremely light work of even the most intensive and demanding ground work. While the extremely powerful engine turns over the soil, you benefit from a high degree of comfort when operating the rotary tiller. The drive with worm gear unit generates minimal vibrations during operation. Reinforced components guarantee an outstanding performance, even with the toughest jobs on the most challenging terrain. The ergonomically shaped handlebar can be easily adapted to your body height and provide easy access to the tiller controls. Intelligent weight distribution, two forward gears and one reverse gear allow you to guide the powerful machine with minimal effort. The working width of 100 cm will allow you to till expansive tracts of land, fields, arable plots and plantations in no time at all. You can also operate other gardening machinery and tools via the PTO. FAQ's: What is a power tiller? A power tiller is a small, lightweight agricultural machine that is used for tilling and cultivating soil. It is typically powered by a small internal combustion engine or an electric motor, and it is designed to be easy to maneuver and operate. Power tillers are often used in small-scale farming and gardening operations, as well as for preparing soil for planting in larger fields. Uses of power tiller? Power tillers are primarily used for tilling and cultivating soil in small-scale farming and gardening operations. Some common uses of power tillers include: * Preparing soil for planting * Weeding * Removing debris * Creating furrows * Fertilizing * Irrigating How to get subsidy on power tiller (in India)? In India, subsidies are often provided for the purchase of agricultural equipment, including power tillers. To get a subsidy on a power tiller in India, you may need to follow these steps: * Determine your eligibility * Check the current subsidy schemes * Apply for the subsidy * Get the power tiller It is important to note that the process for getting a subsidy on a power tiller in India may vary depending on the state you live in and the specific scheme that you are applying to. You may need to check with the relevant agency to get the most up-to-date information on the subsidy process and requirements. What is the difference between a cultivator and a tiller? A cultivator and a tiller are both tools that are used for tilling and cultivating soil, but they have some key differences. A cultivator is a gardening tool that is used to prepare the soil for planting. Cultivators are better suited for small, confined spaces and lighter soil. A tiller, on the other hand, is a larger, motorized machine that is used for tilling and cultivating soil in larger areas, such as fields and gardens. Is a tiller worth buying? (in India) Whether a tiller is worth buying in India will depend on your specific needs and circumstances. Some factors to consider when deciding whether to buy a tiller include: * If you have a large garden or farm and plan to do a lot of tilling, a tiller may be worth the investment. * If you have a small garden, a hand-pushed tiller may be sufficient, while a larger farm may require a power tiller. * Tilling heavy clay soil will require more power, so you may need to invest in a larger, more powerful tiller. Ultimately, the decision to buy a tiller will depend on your specific needs and budget. If you think a tiller would be a useful addition to your farming or gardening operation, it may be worth considering. Can a tiller remove grass? Yes, a tiller can be used to remove grass from a garden or field. Tillers are equipped with rotating blades or tines that are used to loosen and aerate the soil, and they can also be used to cut through grass roots and disrupt the growth of grass.
The version(s) available in each country may differ from the above range and specifications; specific details may be subject to change without notice. Please ask your local STIHL Approved Dealer for further information.
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