Ploughing

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Ploughing

Ploughing is a process used to help prepare the soil for drilling by loosening and turning the soil.  Typically, this primary form of cultivation takes place in the autumn or early spring and serves to turn the upper layer of soil bringing fresh nutrients to the surface whilst burying the surface debris and loosening the soil.  As the plough is drawn through the soil, it leaves in its wake long furrows of fertile soil.  It is normal practice to leave the soil to dry out ready for secondary cultivations such as harrowing to prepare a more level seedbed for drilling.

Fleet

John Deere 6195R
John Deere 6195R A small, light,powerful and diverse all-round tractor Read more
John Deere 7310R
John Deere 7310R A large, heavy, powerful and diverse all-round tractor ideal for draft work Read more
Kverneland 5 Furrow Plough
Kverneland 5 Furrow Plough The Kverneland is a 5-furrow mounted plough which is capable of burying large amounts of trash or manures. Read more

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