Ratoon ManagerWhy Ratoon Cane Management is important?
Why to do stubble shaving?
- Ratoon cane contributes about 30% of total sugarcane production in India.
- Generally 1 or 2 ratoons are economical and in exceptional cases it goes up to 12
- Saves time, establishes & matures early (9 months)
- More economical as land preparation & planting operations are not needed (Saves up to 30% cost)
- Ratooning also saves 1/2 irrigations
- Timely stubble shaving is the main Raton Cane Management operation
- Proper ratoon management will increase yield by 7-9 ton/acre
Surgarcane Ratoon Manager
- Because of apical domainance, top most bud on the stubbles sprout first to gibe ratoon crop
- Roots that emerge from the top most sprouted bud may fail to reach the ground level
- Hence the sprouted bud dries up due course of time for want of support, nutrients and water from the soil
- Sugarcane should be harvested close to the ground level
- Manual harvesting level uneven height of stubbles.
- For Proper germination of ratoon crop stubbles needs to shave at ground level
- Maturity of ratoon crop will at same time
- Tractor Drawn, Mounted implement
- Combination of Stubble Shaving
- Off-baring and Inter cultivation
- Shaves the stubbles evenly
- Off-baring helps to trim the roots
- Perform inter-cultivation operation
Suitable for tractor Hp-minimum-35 Hp
- Length: 1580 mm
- Width: 1800 mm
- Height: 450 mm
- Mast Height: 610 mm
- Main frame
- Gear Box
- Discs: 2 Nos
- Shaving blades: One plate with 8 reversible blades
- Spring Tines: 6 Nos.
- Adjustable height of cut or depth control
- Adjustable disc spacing
Actions: Stubble Shaving with Impact of rotary blades
35 HP and Above
PTO RPM of Tractor
Field Coverage Capacity
0.3 to 4.0 acre/ hour
8 to 10 liter/ acre