From tilling and plowing to row shaping and harrowing, BCS has a wide range of attachments to help you prepare and maintain your garden.
An excellent tool for seedbed preparation, the rotary power harrow uses a horizontal stirring action, which reduces compaction, reduces disruption of the soil structure and helps to reduce weed seed germination.
There are lots of uses for the BCS tiller: break new sod, prepare find seedbeds for planting, cultivate between planted rows, and more.
The Rotary Plow is a powerful and effective way to prepare your soil. With it you can break new ground, "power compost" your cover crops, build raised beds, create drainage ditches and more.
The Swivel Rotary Plow (or dual rotary plow) is similar to the Rotary Plow except that it includes two plowshares that can be set to either throw soil to the right or the left. What this means in practical terms is that when you reach the end of a row,...
The Hiller/Furrower attaches behind any BCS tiller attachment to create a furrow in your seedbed while you till your garden.
Use the Ridger with your walk-behind tractor to form ridges and furrows in previously tilled soil.
The Moldboard Plow attachment will turn your topsoil, burying weeds and previous crops. Both single ploughshare and double ploughshare models (swivel moldboard plow) are available.
Turn up potatoes and other root crops for quick and easy harvesting.
The subsoiler loosens the soil beneath the surface without turning over the soil or mixing soil layers. In the right conditions, it can reach up to 11" deep.
Lays 4-foot wide plastic mulch. Excellent for 30" wide raised beds.
The V-Cultivator works well for weed control between crop rows.