disc harrow

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a harrow with a series of disks set on edge at an angle


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The compact disc harrow is used for shallow and intensive soil cultivation for a working depth of up to 5.
Other awards presented at the fair in Stuttgart, Germany, were given for a new enzyme, disc harrow, taint-free corks and other products.
The drawbar force necessary to pull the disc harrow was measured using a load cell, manufactured by Kratos[R], model KLC, with a nominal capacity of 50 kN.
If you're planning on pulling disc harrows, pushing plows and dragging debris, you'll likely need a liquid-cooled, four-wheel-drive machine with a 450cc engine or greater.
His size is a big attribute to him around here, when there has been frost about they disc harrow the track and that makes the ground deeper which plays into his hands.
com) * (4) Summit Treestands' Plot-Mule High-Speed Disc Harrow lets you plant twice the number of food plots as conventional ATV disc harrows in half the time because it's designed for high-speed use.
Treatment 1 (conventional)--fall moldboard plowing to a depth of 15 to 20 cm (6 to 8 in) in November, conventional spring tillage in May consisting of 1 or 2 passes with tandem disc harrow followed by 1 or 2 passes with a S-tine harrow.
Harrow (2) + 1428 1764 1806 1944 Cultivator (2) Rotavator (1) + 1478 1818 1786 2051 Chisel Plow (2) Disc Harrow (1) + 1528 1832 1850 2288 Chisel Plow (2) M.
Tenders are invited for Supply and installation of scientific equipment(s) - hydraulic disc harrow
He said that growers must plough the land deep to dispose stubbles and they must use a rotavator and disc harrow machines to mix rice stubbles in the land.
To bury the sticks left by wheat crop after the harvest, farmers should apply Disc Harrow instead of Rotovator.
Massey-Harris, still in operation as a separate business, purchased Corbin Disc Harrow Co.
Disc harrow: When you need to aggressively prep some soil, a disc harrow cuts and breaks up even the hardest ground.
You can easily spend $15,000 to $20,000 on a used tractor, plow, disc harrow, cultipacker, and all the other attachments needed to do the job.