Vignamatic is the latest innovation from Sicma. It is a very versatile combination cultivator, designed to simultaneously work the soil between the rows and the soil under the rows.
With this vineyard cultivator we have brought to the market a tool developed specifically to carry out mechanical weed control and act as an alternative to chemical weed management.
It is able to effectively remove weeds at high working speeds, loosening compaction and silting layers and aerating the soil.
Combined cultivator designed to simultaneously work the soil between and under the rows. Vignamatic Double is equipped with hydraulic anchors that allow to lift and exclude the plowshares during the tilling session, without raising the center of gravity of the cultivator and keeping the same working height.
The VignaMatic Double is equipped with
hydraulic anchors that allow to lift and exclude
the plowshares from the cultivation of the
The frame remains in position, while keeping
the center of gravity low and the same working
height; it allows to use only the side tools for
Vignamatic Double is highly appreciated by those who adopt the alternating vineyard grassing technique. To switch from complete configuration to the one of the inter-rows, it is just needed to hydraulically lift the anchors.
Very versatile cultivator, designed to simultaneously work the soil between and under the rows. Vignamatic is equipped with staggered spring anchors in the central part of the frame and side tools with feeler and hydraulic retract.
The wide range of configuration possibilities makes the Vignamatic an agricultural machine that can be used all year round, varying the use and choice of tools according to the specific type of work, the handling technique and the varying soil consistency.
The anchor consists of a reversible tip made of a wear-resistant material suitable for vertically breaking up the slope and facilitating water drainage; it operates up to a depth of 20 cm. The dozer disc performs the function of cutting the track to facilitate the working of the unseeded anchor that follows it.
It consists of a flat rotor on which three blades arranged at 120° are bolted, with a double cutting edge that favours soil stirring. The header with rotary harrow breaks up clods and mixes them with plant residues or fertilisers. The working depth is up to 20 cm.
This equipment works in the first 10 cm of soil so as to cut and uproot weed shoots directly from the roots.
The combination of the two tools allows a double working process that affects both the subsoil and the surface part of the ground.
It consists of a swivelling and height-adjustable support frame for adaptation to the crop. The scourges are smooth and the conical axis rotates at 1,100 rpm acting on both weeds and herbaceous basal shoots.