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Land Management? You need a pedestrian trencher...

The effective irrigation of land is an essential part of farming; ensuring that crops are effectively watered is vital in ensuring a plentiful harvest.

Irrigation can take many forms, from as basic as a watering can to high-tech solutions which also supply crops with food and other nutrients.

As well as farmland other areas such as grasslands, fields and pitches may also require irrigation and an effective way of easing irrigation problems is to dig a trench, most often with the bucket of an excavator.

Using this method can be problematic however; the weight and size of the excavator can damage the ground, which is especially concerning for places such as golf courses where the green is required to be in tip-top condition.

Effective way of easing irrigation problems is to dig a trench ...

Also hiring an excavator for a job such as irrigation can be costly and time-consuming. With these issues in mind Kanga offer a range of attachments which are perfectly suited to digging trenches to alleviate irrigation issues.

The Kanga mini-loader is extremely versatile and thanks to its size and weight can get be used in the most inaccessible of areas. Operated by just one person, the Kanga saves man-power and resources.

Around 60 attachments are available for the Kanga including the Kanga trencher which is suitable for use in a wide range of conditions or in areas with limited access. Other attachments include a turf cutter, backfill blade and vibrating plough.

With a Kanga and it’s a range of attachments ground disruption is kept to a minimum, meaning once the irrigation issues have been dealt with the ground will be able to perform as required, without the need for further remedial work.

For more details please call your pedestrian trencher supplier, Kanga Loader UK, on 0845 260 4800.

Work smarter, not harder.........let the Kanga do the work!

 

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