Chisel Plough

Chisel plough :

A chisel plough is a common tool for obtaining deep tillage (prepared land) with minimal soil intervention. This plough’s main purpose is to loosen and aerate the soils, thus leaving crop residue at the top of the soil.


  • This plough can be used to reduce the effects of compaction and to help break up the plough pan and hardpan. Unlike many other ploughs the chisel will not invert or turn the soil. This characteristic has made it a useful addition to no-till and low-till farming practices which attempt to maximize the erosion-prevention benefits of keeping organic matter and farming residues present on the soil surface through the year.
  • Chisel tillage or reduced tillage may reduce soil erosion. It can aid in the conservation of soil moisture on drought soils.
  • Reduced tillage also saves time compared to plow tillage, as well as reducing fuel and machinery costs.


It is important to bear in mind that 10 to 15 horsepower (7 to 11 kW) per shank is required when plowing with a chisel plough. Typically the chisel plough is set to run from eight to twelve inches (200 to 300 mm) deep. Each plough, or shank, is set from nine inches (229 mm) to twelve inches (305 mm) apart. Such a plough can encounter considerable soil drag, thus requiring a tractor with sufficient power and good traction.


  • It can work almost 1.20  meters
  • Heavy steel box V- type frame
  • Shovels easily replaceable
  • Total width of 1570 mm
  • Total height is 1300 mm


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