LandPride AR2150

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The LandPride AR2150 Aerator ranked #4 in our rankings of the best Pasture Aerators on the market.

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The LandPride AR2150 aerator uses tine style aeration. The heavy-duty, knife-like tines on the aerator are designed with a twist in them to break-up compacted soil horizontally and vertically as they slice into the ground in a twisting fashion. This breaking action conditions the soil to soak up run-off water faster, allow fertilizer to penetrate deeper into the ground, and increase oxygen and water supplies to the plant roots. Optional concrete weights help aerator tines penetrate the ground at their maximum depth.

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Features and Options

Heat Treated Tines

Forged and heat-treated tines are very resistant to wear and breakage giving them a long life.

Hydraulic Landing Gear

Lifts the Aerator off the ground for transporting on roadways.

Adjustable Rotors

Rotors can be adjusted from 2 1/2, 5 and 7 1/2 degrees to meet customer's needs. The greater the angle the harsher the shattering of soil.

Optional Drag Harrow

Provides a means to smooth out the ground behind the Aerator. Drag Harrow has three positions it can be used: Drag Mat, Light Penetration & Deep Penetration.

Optional Trailing Hitch

Hitch is self-leveling for pulling implements behind the Aerator.

Optional Concrete Weights

AR2596 accepts up to 3 concrete blocks and AR2510 accepts up to 4 concrete blocks. Helps Aerator tines penetrate the ground.
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LandPride AR2150 Aerator

The LandPride AR2150 ranked 4th in our test of pasture aerators. The Ar2150 is one of two tine style aerators we tested, and of the two it has the least amount of options. This aerator is also built very light duty and while the tines are stronger than the AerWay's, they are less well designed for the purpose of aeration. We found that the tine style of aeration was least effective at creating lasting aeration effects. the tines were good at breaking up the top layer of top soil but did little beneath the surface

The ground disturbance caused by this aerator is the reason it requires so much horsepower to pull. The many moving parts on the tine style of aerator also leads to many more repair costs, and downtime due to broken parts.

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