Very powerful 4.15 kW cultivator for soil loosening and sowing preparation
Ideal for incorporation of shredded material, fertiliser or peat into the ground
6 actively working choppers with a working width of up to 75 cm with strong draft on hard, loamy soils
Gentle on the body and manoeuvrable with laterally swivelling handlebar and reverse gear
Lockable safety lever against unintentional turning of the tiller blades
The AL-KO MH 5065 R cultivator – the workhorse with enormous power reserves
The MH 5065 R tiller is your powerful tool for efficient, time-saving use in the demanding growing garden, in the seeding beds and currently unusable areas.
For cultivating, ventilating or revitalising the soil: With the AL-KO MH 5065 R petrol cultivator, you prepare the soil effectively before sowing, loosen it up and work in nutrients, fertiliser and fresh topsoil.
As a hobby gardener or vegetable grower, you will noticeably reduce your effort when preparing the ground with this extremely powerful tiller. They make rapid progress on all floors and work very body-friendly.
£789.00 inc. VAT
Technical data of the AL-KO power hoe MH 5065 R
With the MH 5065 R and its working width of 55cm increasable up to 75 cm, the loosening up of large areas, even in the case of heavy and loamy soils, does not require much effort.
The particularly powerful 4.15 kW engine of the MH 5065 R provides powerful torque, while the actively working, specially contoured 6-star tiller blades for very fine-crumbled soil cultivation. 1 forward and 1 reverse gear provide you with effortless manoeuvring.
Ideal for working in a comfortable posture and in narrow areas: The ergonomic operating elements of the MH 5065 R make it easier for you to work in any position. The ability to pivot the handlebar sideways allows you to work without stepping on the previously prepared soil.
Safety is the key: locked safety levers eliminate accidental rotating of the tiller blades. In addition, the high-quality blade cover of the cultivator is made of sturdy sheet steel protecting the operator against flying stones and soil.