The Model 1550 In-Row Ripper
Design and Purpose:
The Model 1550 In-Row Ripper is designed as a deep-till conservation tillage tool. It is primarily engineered
for minimal disturbance of the topsoil leaving the residue virtually undisturbed while penetrating the soil 5"
to 20" deep. This slotting of the compaction zone results in a passageway that greatly enhances water storage
capacity and root growth.
The 1550 is extremely versatile in both function and season adaptability. The 1550 In-Row Ripper's unique
toolbar design gives it the ability to rip on the row or off the row. Landoll bolts the frame together by
using the shank and coulter clamp as the frame bracing allowing for infinite adjustment; there are no welded
braces to hinder shank spacing. This combined with the 1550's interchangeable points (crowned ductile or
chrome dorsal fin point or flat spike) makes the 1550 ideal for both spring and fall tillage operations.
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