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Hyd-Row-Hoe

Controls Weeds Without Chemicals!


Simply move the control lever in the direction you want the hoe to go - up or down, in or out.


Featuring a hill up blade above and a takeaway blade above right. Both yours with a purchase of the HYD-ROW-HOE.

Now you can start a weed control program with Green's HYD-ROW-HOE and attachments, and eliminate herbicides. Or, by integrating Green's HYD-ROW-HOE into your current weed control program, you can greatly reduce the herbicides necessary to control weeds. The HYD-ROW-HOE and it's attachments control weeds that escape chemical applications and allow you to establish a berm as a target for more efficient chemical control.

For in-row cultivation and weed control in vineyards, orchards and nurseries, nothing beats HYD-ROW- HOE. One lever controls tremendous hydraulic power gently and easily. Simply move the control handle in the direction you want the hoe to go - in or out - up or down. Hoe in between and around plants. The unit utilizes your tractor's existing hydraulic system (no special pump is required), and is adapt- able to almost all makes of tractors. We furnish mounting brackets for over 65 tractor models and mounting is easy - only 4 to 6 bolts are required.

    HYD-ROW-HOE attaches to your tractor in just minutes.

    HYD-ROW-HOE is simple and easy to operate.

    HYD-ROW-HOE performs hilling up and hoeing away functions perfectly.

    HYD-ROW-HOE features an improved design which keeps the blade at the same angle whether arm is extended or retracted.

    HYD-ROW-HOE features an adjustable spring depth control which allows the hoe to ride up over large stones and roots.


Sketch showing how the blade retracts backward, away from the row. Note how you can cultivate more than half the row.


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