Disc Harrow


Definition - What does Disc Harrow mean?

A disc harrow works on more than one row of crops at a time. It is made to be used in deeper areas of soil and is normally heavier than other tools such as tines.

A disc harrow covers a path that is much wider than a tiller. This tool is often used when preparing the soil for planting cannabis or hemp. It's best to use the disc harrow in the fall, then add amendments and plant a cover crop.

MaximumYield explains Disc Harrow

The harrow is a tool that works to cut up the soil to seed a cover crop. It also levels out clumps of soil and helps with weed control.

Using a harrow is a way to prepare the soil before planting and are generally used before plowing.

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