For this task, the farmer hitched the horse to a harrow which was dragged along the ground to break up the clods.
The adequate preparation is often achieved by ripping the land when the soil has good moisture, followed by chisel ploughing and the use of a fine harrow for fine seed preparation.
They should also be equipped with press wheels to produce good seed-to-soil contact and a harrow to scatter residue and help cover seed.
German farmers used spike-tooth harrows extensively to control weeds in small grains fields before the coming of herbicides.
The nearby dairy farmer plowed and harrowed the garden, and we planted cover crops of annual ryegrass and winter rye.
A harrowingly metaphorical building, the Jewish Museum exemplifies the preoccupation with symbolism in Berlin's new architecture.
As harrowing as this discovery was, Byrne took some comfort in it since it offered an explanation for Alice's mental problems.
Before yesterday's hearing began he told families some of the evidence would be particularly harrowing .
The scenes in the US last week were deeply harrowing and distressing.
I mostly watched it through my fingers, as it's one of the most harrowing films I've ever seen.