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moldboard:

see plowplow
or plough,
agricultural implement used to cut furrows in and turn up the soil, preparing it for planting. The plow is generally considered the most important tillage tool.
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no tillage vs mouldboard tillage); (2) assess the effects of different tillage practices on wheat yield; and (3) evaluate the effect of tillage management and provide a useful metric for GHG inventories by calculating yield-scaled C[O.
The unit's exclusive multi-radius, involute mouldboard lets it move more material with fewer horsepower and less fuel than its competitors.
Soil Adhesion Preventing Mechanism of Bionic Buldozing Plates and Mouldboard Ploughs.
In the following chapters we are going to present the result of five-year alternative soil tillage with chisel plough and mouldboard ploughing on horizontal resistance of the soil and the CO2 emissions from the soil on a silty clay loam soil (Gleyic Podzoluvisol) under Slovenian agro-ecological conditions.
15m depth by an animal-drawn single-furrow mouldboard plough, but animals were replaced by a small (18kW) tractor in 2000.
One fault of all other mouldboards is that, being copied by the eye, no two will be alike.
Special attention should be given to the tillage practices with a mouldboard plough.
Spading combines a degree of soil inversion with soil mixing, and like mouldboard ploughing, it is most suited to the Tenosols.
However, the surface morphology of the head of dung beetle was selected for modification of bulldozing plates and mouldboard plough surfaces.
1]) for basic soil preparation with mouldboard plough and harrow, 32 % (59.
The mouldboard bed former used with the 20 kW tractor has 2 opposing mouldboards to plough soil from the furrows into 1-m-wide beds, where a levelling blade and roller completed the work of forming and pressing beds (Fig.
In terms of durability, bear in mind that the degree of wear will vary across the mouldboard, so components that provide thicker steel on the forward part should wear more evenly and last longer.