The cultivator was first discovered in 1912 at Gilgandra, New South Wales, Australia, as the rotary cultivator tractor tool, which was designed by Arthur Clifford Howard. It is a multipurpose tractor attachment that is mostly used to prepare the soil prior to sowing with the least amount of labour, fuel, and time. Tractor Cultivator power was replaced by horses in the 20th century. It is a farm implement used for secondary tillage, and land preparation.
Cultivator tractor implements, also known as agricultural implements, are primarily used to mix soil around a crop in order to encourage development and eliminate weeds. Tractor Cultivators are the most important part of any farming operation. Many different brands produce tractor cultivators in a variety of designs and models. The price range of cultivators are Rs. 6000 to 60000. The width range of cultivator is 3M to 24M.