Posted 12/5/2012 15:52 (#2734547 - in reply to #2734489) Subject: RE: Horsch Anderson Joker
we have a salford RTS and find it is more for sizing residue where the joker if better for incorporation. The salford RTS will be much better for maintenance if you have any amount of large rocks anchored in the ground. I have no experience with the RTS Extreme but it would provide incorporation close to as good as joker, maybe not quite as good though. We tried out the RT series joker and found it plugged up pretty quick in wet ground, so we asked about the PT series and the salesman said it won't be much better. although the two rows of blades are spaced out more the the whole frame rides on the tires and if they sink a bit you're buggered. with the RT series the machine rides on the packers. maybe someone can correct me if thats not right. hope this helps.