Disc Harrow for Agriculture is a farming tool used to grow the soil for growing crops. It is also used to remove unwanted weeds or crop residues. The disc harrow consists of a number of iron or steel discs which have a slight concave surface and are arranged in two or four sections. Disc harrows are primarily used to cut recently plowed soil to eliminate clumps and loosen the soil after it has been packed. Disc harrows are also used to cut old crops, such as corn stalks, to make the land easier to plow and eliminate clogging during the tillage process.
It is mounted opposed light disc harrow for 30-60hp
High working efficiency
Great capbility on soil pulverization
The tractor without deflective trailed force
The working depth of this mounted light disk harrow is flexible through adjusting the angle between the disc frame.
65Mn spring steel disc blade, HRC: 38-44.
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