the spring tooth cultivator will work but when i tried one it tended to find soft spots and suck down into the ground then bring up large chunks of dirt, what i found that works better if you dont need to go too deep is a box blade, with the rippers fully extended, keep the blade just above the dirt,and put some weight on it, at least 500 lbs, it will still help level the field some and the rippers will open the dirt, drag up some roots at least enough to show you where they are, you'll still need to clean and disc the field before you can plant in it , one thing i also found with a spring tooth cultivator is if your saving on fuel cost and your tractor tends to be more of a pony than a horse the spring tooth cultivator can and will plant you and your tractor in place , sometimes you can back out of it, other times you and your shovel are going to have a busy day , the cultivator isnt meant to be a deep tillage tool, lol
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