One-horse cultivator

One-horse cultivator

An implement for cultivation that was narrow enough to go between rows, generally had either five or fourteen teeth or small Shovels, and was pulled by one horse. Often its width could be adjusted by changing the separation of the teeth or shovels.
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The one-horse cultivator is used largely in gardening and for cultivating corn too high to be cultivated with the straddle-row cultivator," Davidson says .
Cultivator classifications up to the early 1900s included single- and double-shovel cultivators, one-horse cultivators, 5-and 9-tooth cultivators, straddle-row cultivators, walking, tongue and tongueless, riding, combined , single-row, double-row and surface cultivators.