The Sech is the part at a plow, which cuts the soil before that plowshare perpendicularly and in former times mostly the form of a long measurer had. Today there are predominantly rotating, like wheels hung up Seche, so-called disk colters.
The operating depth six should be "root low", then the earth is cut through cleanly and the Erdbalken can by-flow without large friction at the standard.
Since the Middle Ages a Sech mostly belonged to the plow in Central Europe. Senkreche cutting of the soil off was a serious improvement of the plow work, since the tensile strength became better smaller and the result of working.
Mehrscharige of plows have today (from cost reasons) mostly just to last crowd a Sech.
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