A Cutivator is a tractor-towed device that uses metal blades to dig into the ground, preparing it for sowing crops. Cultivators are used after harvesting to remove any traces of the previous crop.
The base game offers 10 different types of Cultivators. They differ each other primarily in working width, but the maximum working speed, weight, and front hitch are also important differences.
List of Cultivators Edit
(€ / day)
|Max. Working Speed|
|Recommended Tractor Power*|
(kW / hp)
|Kverneland Qualidisc Farmer 3000||8,800||5||3.0||17||66 / 90||Three-point hitch|
|Kuhn Kultimer L 300||9,400||5||3.0||17||88 / 120||Three-point hitch|
|Horsch Terrano 4 FX||14,000||5||4.0||17||118 / 160||Three-point hitch|
|Horsch Terrano 5 FM||23,000||5||4.8||17||151 / 205||Three-point hitch|
|Amazone Catros 6002-2||31,000||10||6.0||17||132 / 180||Three-point hitch|
|Vogel & Noot Terra Disc 600||32,000||10||6.0||17||132 / 180||Three-point hitch|
|Väderstad Carrier XL 825||52,000||15||8.3||17||243 / 330||Drawbar (Ball)|
|Horsch Tiger 10 LT||69,000||20||10.2||17||294 / 400||Drawbar (Bolt)|
|Lemken Gigant 10||78,000||20||12.0||17||221 / 300||Drawbar (Bolt)|
|Köckerling Allrounder||94,000||25||14.5||17||257 / 350||Three-point hitch|
Notes for Table Edit
- Power requirements are suggestions only.