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I'm looking at soil health and compaction. Does heavy harrowing compact the soil?

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From my experience a field cultivator is one of the worst creators of hardpan

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My grandfather used to say he needed to harrow after seeding to "Knock the air out the soil". Harrows increase the bulk density of soil, so ...

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Every last tillage operation causes compaction where the tool touches the soil. It may lift or shove aside the the soil,

and fluff up the ...

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Thanks *******. In researching ways to increase yeilds and profitability, root development and plant health through improving soil vs just f...

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Look for a used Reddekopp straw chopper for your 1688s. It grabs all the chaff and straw, spreads an honest 30 feet without effort, with som...

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Great advice.

Thank you.

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