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Definition of Moldboard
Moldboard Mold"board`, Mouldboard Mould"board`, n.
1. A curved plate of iron (originally of wood) back of the
share of a plow, which turns over the earth in plowing.
2. (Founding) A follow board.
Meaning of Moldboard from wikipedia
was the turnplough, also known
as the mouldboard plough
plow (US), or frame-plough. A coulter
(or skeith) could
of a plow (or plough). It is the cutting
edge of a moldboard which closely follows
(one or more ground-breaking spikes)...
- was the inventor
of a cast-iron moldboard
plow with replaceable
parts, the first commercially successful
plow. His invention
ahead. They do this by being constructed
with a curved moldboard
that lies perpendicular
to the direction
and a sidewall
- The carruca
also bore a coulter
. It gave its name to the English
carucate. The heavy
plow was developed
in China's Han Empire...
of land and its introduction coincided
with the adoption
of the moldboard
plow. These parallel developments complemented
- of implements, such as the following: For soil-working: rototillers, moldboard
plows, disc-plows, rotary
plows, root/tuber harvesting
- pedometer, the polygraph
writing), and the moldboard
plow, an idea he never patented
and gave to posterity. Jefferson
and cultivators. This may follow primary tillage
(if any) by moldboard plows
plows. No-till farming methods avoid tillage
only live one year. Crop rotation
and deep tillage, such as deep moldboard
ploughing, are important components
ergot, as many cereal...
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