Patented technology will provide a significant economic effect.

Being prepared for different methods of soil cultivation often means that the farmstead, must have multiple
machines for different purposes, and they should be always ready to work, which is closely connected with
high costs of equipment purchasing.
However, it is economically unacceptable for the modern farmstead. The main critical challenge of which is
to not only increasing revenue but also reducing costs. Moreover, the labor and the equipment costs
constitute more than 40% of all agriculture production expenses. Furthermore, the majority of expenses are
also invested in soil preparations. A successful solution to fulfilling seemingly contradictory requirements is
to reduce costs while maintaining technological flexibility-utilize machines that can perform several
different operations.
All of these requirements could be met with the help of a complex single-passed combined aggregate of soil