A harrow is a fundamental agricultural implement used for soil preparation and weed control. It consists of a series of sharp metal disks or teeth arranged on a frame. The harrow is typically pulled behind a tractor or animal to break up and level the soil surface, remove weeds, and incorporate organic matter. By breaking up clumps and smoothing the soil, harrowing creates a favorable seedbed for planting. It also helps in distributing fertilizers and improving water infiltration. Harrows come in various types, such as disc harrows, tine harrows, and chain harrows, each suited for specific soil and field conditions. This versatile tool plays a vital role in maintaining soil health and promoting successful crop growth.