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the steel plow in a better built plow . It's made for more ruff and rocky areas. They are built to last.

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Who invented the steel plow when was the steel plow invented?

John deere invented the steel plow in 1837


What is the difference between an iron plow and a steel plow?

Type your answer here... Steel plow is tempered and Iron Plow is pour / casted.


When was the first steel plow created?

John Deere created to steel plow


What did the steel plow replace?

Overall the steel plow replaced the wooden plow, steel being alot stronger material than wood but it was unable to be shaped into a plow bottom until the 1800s.


When did john deere invent the cast steel plow?

He did not invent the cast steel plow but he invented the polished steel plow. He saw the need for a better plow in the Midwest and used a discarded sawmill blade to create a polished plow to help cut and flip(Plow)the soil of the Midwest.


How did steel plow help the great plains?

The steel plow helps the great plains in many ways. The steel plow made farmer life easier with planting crops.


How did a steel plow help the great plains?

The steel plow helps the great plains in many ways. The steel plow made farmer life easier with planting crops.


Benefits from using a steel plow?

The Steel plow could break up soil without the soil sticking to it, the steel plow was better than the wooden plow because the wooden plow could not break up rich soil without breaking


How long did it take to plow 1 acre of land with the steel plow in 1837?

it took 96 hours to plow an acre with john deere's new steel plow


What was the purpose of steel plow?

Stronger plow for western territories.


What was the cause of the steel plow?

The steel plow came about as the cost of steel fell and the need for more efficient farming came about. The main advantage of the steel plow is that you can plow more of a field in any given time. This makes food less labour intensive and cheaper.


What year was the steel plow built?

John Deere built the first steel plow in 1837 in the town of Grand Detour, IL.

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