Chinese Inventions: Moldboard Plow
Keren and Sebastian
China, Third Centrury . Called Kuan, these ploughshares were made of malleable cast iron. They had an advanced design, with a central ridge ending in a sharp point to cut the soil and wings which sloped gently up towards the center to throw the soil off the plow and reduce friction.
people would use animals to plow their dirt cause sometimes it was to heavy
sometimes it would be wood and medal at the end to be a little lighter
This is an old one that would have more on the bottom
Moldboard Plowing with a Quadtrac 435
The moldboard plow helps by cutting he soil and being able to make them faster than digging wholes for each seed that is going to be planted.