Ag Soilworks

California and Australia

The success of establishing vines & orchards in a commercial venture relies on the basic steps of understanding the soils and how to treat them before planting. Ag Soilworks tailors precision deep ripping and development techniques to specific soils using the patented Vibrosoiler ripping process, deep fertilizer mixing, discing and bedding in a GPS-ripping pass. Proven soil conservation & water saving techniques of 40% (GWRDC). GPS irrigation with consistently superior results.

"SUPERIOR RESULTS" - Proven, Cost Effective, Earlier Production, Satisfied Clients


What's the Difference

Vibrosoiler - Good Lateral Breakout
The Vibrosoiler® provides 4 plus times soil breakout from that of a standard ripper with minimal root pruning and lateral breakout to within 6 - 8” of the vine. This removes tractor compaction and the plow pan and increases water and nutrient penetration into the soil profile.
Conventional Ripper
Poor breakout with limited benefit. Requires ripping very close to vine.

US Patented System

Soilworks Services

  • Deep Ripping Vineyards
  • Deep Ripping Almonds
  • Deep Ripping Orchards
  • Precision Farming & Sustainable Root Zone Management
  • Winged Shank Deep Ripping
  • RTK GPS Tree & Vine Row Deep Ripping
  • Gypsum Application & Deep Ripping Incorporation
  • Compost Application & Deep Ripping Incorporation
  • Vibrosoiler Deep Rippers For Sale
Vineyard and Orchard Development
Why Use Ag Soilworks?

Ag Soilworks tailors precision ripping and development techniques to specific soils using the Patented Vibrosoiler ripping process...

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Vibrosoiler VS
Slip Plow
Field Day Results and Research

An independent study was undertaken by Dr. Alf Cass, with extensive soil pitting at three different locations....

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Why RIP?
By Dr. Alf Cass

Dr. Alf Cass, renowned soil scientist, explains ripping...

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Water Efficiency & Sustainability
Reducing Irrigation Need

Using Ag Soilworks farming techniques developed a 40% irrigation savings within commercial vineyards showed a recent study funded by the...

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