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Bourquin weed puller


, : Bourquin weed puller. Weeds Today 10(3): 11

The Bourquin Weed Puller was designed to remove high growing weeds from above low growing crops. A series of wheels, which are driven hydraulically, rotate, grasping weeds that extend above the crop row and pull them upward and out. It can be front or rear mounted and can be combined with cultivation equipment or used alone.

US$29.90


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