John deere invented the steel plow in 1837
The person who invented the first steel plow was John Deere in 1837.
He invented the steel plow in 1837.
John Deere invented the steel plow in 1837 when the Middle-West was being settled.
According to the About.com website (refer to the link, below), John Deer invented the steel plow in 1837.
A man named John Deere invented the steel-tipped plow in 1837.
John Deere invented the steel toothed plow in 1837. It worked better than any previously created plow, and revolutionized farming.
In 1837 John Deere a blacksmith made a plow out of a steel saw blade
John Deere invented the polished steel plow in 1837 in Grand Detour, Illinois.
He invented the polished steel plow in Grand Detoiur, Illinois in 1837.
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.
John Deere invented the steel (all by himself)
IMPROVED ANSWER:John Deere's invention of the steel plow opened up the rich prairies of Indiana, Illinois, and Iowa.
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John Deere invented the polished steel plow in 1837 in his Grand Detous, Illinois blacksmith shop.
The steel plow made farm work easier. John Deere invented it when people began moving West and the soil there was very hard for a wooden plow.
No he invented the Mechanical Reaper.