mouldboard


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mouldboard

(ˈməʊldˌbɔːd) or

moldboard

n
(Agriculture) the curved blade of a plough, which turns over the furrow
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Noun1.mouldboard - wedge formed by the curved part of a steel plow blade that turns the furrowmouldboard - wedge formed by the curved part of a steel plow blade that turns the furrow
moldboard plow, mouldboard plough - plow that has a moldboard
wedge - something solid that is usable as an inclined plane (shaped like a V) that can be pushed between two things to separate them
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Repair odsnieznych mouldboard plows - located in the Region of Chelm, Zamosc
2] emissions from untilled soil compared with soil subjected to mouldboard plough tillage under the climatic conditions of Georgia piedmont (Hendrix et al.
The mouldboard is made of high-carbon steel for a longer life, and its involute multi-radius design cuts, mixes, and rolls material off the mouldboard in an effortless wave.
She considers his contributions to agriculture in the context of his times; the extent of his estates and his management of them; his exchange of ideas with George Washington, James Madison, and Thomas Mann Rudolph on crop rotation; how he resumed his exploration into land rejuvenation after the presidency; the crops he grew and problems he had in growing and marketing; plants he introduced; implements he used, including his invention of the mouldboard plow and hemp-breaker; milling; animals he owned and his ideas on breeding; his farm personnel; the Monticello gardens; his ideas on landscaping; and the establishment of a botanical garden and his landscaping and plans for a school of botany at the U.
Restoring it was harder still: the rotting mouldboard had to be replaced and the steel ploughshare needed weeks of polishing.
However, a long-term conventional tillage with mouldboard plough causes severe SOM reduction in agricultural soils (Six et al.
The mouldboard plough has one of the most complex shapes of tillage implements and has been developing for centuries.
In all but the mouldboard plough plot, all tractor operations were carried out in 2 passes of 2.
Another significant development was the mouldboard, which helped turn the soft, forming the ridge and furrow.
The offices of the mouldboard are to receive the sod after the share has cut under it, raise it gradually, and to reverse it.