After planting beet,
grain, sunflower, cotton, and similar products as a result of rains and
irrigation, the soil surface binds crust (cream) and hardens, this hardening
prevents the plant from coming out and the yield decreases. In this way, it is ensured
that the seeds rise to the soil surface and germinate, and it is also used to
loosen the throats of the seeds. Independent legs work separately and do not
damage the product.