Plough Dimensions

A plough's dimensions depend on what it will be used for. Some are used for plowing fields and snow, while others are used to carve wood. Some of the hand-held tools are only a few inches long. Others are bigger and require tractors. These utilities are also known as plow tools. Below are some common farming plow tools. 
Disc Plow 
This tool is utilized for plowing of dry soil. It is also used on fields covered with brush. When this device is used, the term applied is discing. The utility employs a concave metal disc to smash the soil. 
The disc has an angle inclination. As the plow breaks the ground, the soil is turned. Sometimes a moldboard plow is utilized after the disc plow. The plough dimensions will determine if this is necessary. 
Sub-Soiling Plow 
This is a big plow. This is used along with a tractor. Its objective is to smash the ground below the field’s top layer. This has to be done without lifting the surface field’s soil. This is crucial because some chemicals create hard soil crusts on the field. These have to be broken up. If not, plants will not be able to grow. The sub-soiling plow will also help draining. 
Reversible Plow 
This is a variant of the moldboard plow. The major difference is that the reversible plow employs several blades. One of the blades is positioned so it can turn the soil on the right. The other blades turn it to the left. 
A single furrow is performed with each blade. At the furrow’s end, blade switching takes place. A furrow is created at the opposite direction. These tools are huge and have to be used with a tractor. 
Moldboard Plow 
This is one of the oldest plows but still widely used. It is made up of one blade that is inserted vertically into the ground. A human, tractor, horse or other animal can pull it through the ground. In one pass, it will be able to aerate, turn, raise and cut soil. It can also put fertilizer into the soil. 
As you can see, not only are plough dimensions varied, but so are the types. Study your requirements before deciding what type to purchase. 
Many of these tools are available for purchase online and in specialty stores. A qualified salesperson can tell you what variant is best for your farming requirements. 

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