Disc Harrow

Disc Harrow

It is an important agricultural method used to till the soil from which crops are to be planted. It is often used for cutting unwanted weeds or remainders from crops. A disc harrow is a harrow whose cutting edges are a line of concave metal discs set at an oblique angle which can be scalloped.


  • Harrow, farm implement used to pulverize the soil, break up crop residues, uproot weeds, and cover the seed.
  • The disc harrow thus enables a farmer to plant the fields better for the next season
  • Quick hitch compatible


Disk tillers also called harrow plows or one-way disk plows, usually consist of a gang of many disks mounted on one axle (see harrow). Used after grain harvest, they usually leave some stubble to help reduce wind erosion and often have seeding equipment.


  • The frame height of 0.75 m
  • Power requirement 70 kW
  • The Disc blade diameter is 16 Diameter
  • Disc blade thickness is 3 mm
  • Disc Harrow contains 556 lbs weight


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