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furrow

[′fər·ō]
(engineering)
A trench plowed in the ground.
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Fellow furrower Leo Rooney has an eye-condition called macular degeneration.
Optional attachments include a hiller/ furrower for easy raised beds and a row marker for optimum spacing.
The Mantis Electric Tiller can be used with optional attachments such as a border edger, furrower, crevice cleaner, lawn aerator, lawn dethatcher and plow.
Cotton was sown on January 3, 2014 with a seeder-fertilizer CCS 2122 (John Deere, Horizontina, Brazil), with double-disc furrower for fertilizers and seeds and weight of 13,100 kg when empty.
I used a middle buster or furrower with my tractor to open up a trench to place the good composted material, and raked the clay soil away from the furrow.