If you own a lawn mower and want to work on a large area, you can always use a chain harrow for the task. Chain harrow is a unique type of harrow that uses chains attached to small claws. You can simply attach the harrow to the back of your lawn mower and use it easily.
Chain harrows are also suitable for use if you have a large area of grass to pull up quickly. People also use it of tilling their soil before sowing seeds for the next season.
But to get the most out of your harrow, you must know how to use it properly. Using this type of harrow is not tough at all, and you can easily use them once you read the procedure. Here is a step by step guide.
Attach The Harrow
Before you start tolling the soil of your ground, you will need to attach the harrow to the back of your lawn mower. To start, place the harrow near the area to be tilled, and attach its hole on the bar with the bolt at the back of your lawn mower. There should be a screw to keep the thing in place.
Using The Harrow
Drive the lawn mower and take the harrow near the area that needs to be tilled. Once you start to use the harrow, its claws will start digging into the soil, and will pick up any large lumps of soil and separate them from the ground. Keep an eye on the claws and make sure that they are not twisted or lost their direction.
Once this process is done, your land should be ready to plant new seeds. There are other uses for the North American drag harrow as well, it all depends on your personal needs.