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kenworth 323680 48 Para Plow either
Para Plow
transport setting,turns 2 ways
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Re: Para Plow
good plow
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Re: Para Plow
i dont know,in light soil maybe.
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Not a para-plow! It's a two-way moldboard plow that operates by swinging to the cutting side rather than rolling over. Does a very good job in low residue or where land was first disked. These were very popular in the US 15 years ago. We are now moving away from complete tillage since it is wasteful of fuel and time, unnecessary in most situations, degrades the soil biological environment and leads to erosion. We prefer to leave some residue on the surface to protect the soil from water and wind. Deep plowing was once thought to reduce disease pressure in crops, but we now know that was not always correct. Shallow mixing of residue by disking or simply leaving residue on the surface is often a more effective control. Burying the residue often preserved both residue and the pathogens it held. We now use subsoiling with or without disking in cases where tillage shows a benefit to yield but are moving rapidly toward no-till farming in most other conditions.
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thougth Deere called it like that.
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