Definition of Middle buster
1. Noun. Moldboard plow with a double moldboard designed to move dirt to either side of a central furrow.
Generic synonyms: Moldboard Plow, Mouldboard Plough
Middle Buster Pictures
Click the following link to bring up a new window with an automated collection of images related to the term: Middle Buster Images
Lexicographical Neighbors of Middle Buster
Literary usage of Middle buster
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The Forage and Fiber Crops in America by Thomas Forsyth Hunt (1907)
"... or center furrow is about six inches below the general level, making the The "middle buster" middle furrow about twelve inches below the cotton row. ..."
2. Soils and Plant Life as Related to Agriculture by Jules Cool Cunningham, William Henry Lancelot (1915)
"Another method used is to open the furrows with a lister, or middle buster, from three to four feet apart, and to plant the seed on the ridges with a single ..."
3. Productive Soils: The Fundamentals of Successful Soil Management and by Wilbert Walter Weir (1920)
"Middle-breaker, or middle-buster. enables the roots to penetrate the soil deeply, and insures a better moisture supply ..."
4. Elements of Agriculture by George Frederick Warren (1920)
"106. A corn and cotton stalk cutter. To FIG. 107. A "middle-buster" for cut the stalks before plowing cotton fields horse turning plow, going twice between ..."
5. Fundamentals of Agriculture edited by James Edward Halligan (1912)
"I. middle buster or middle splitter; 2. stock with half shovel or turning plow; 3, small solid sweep; 4, Georgia stock with half shovel with fender attached ..."