A plow is an agricultural machine designed for soil cultivation. During plowing, the working bodies of the plow crumble the layers of soil, wrap them up and dump them to the bottom of the formed furrow. In this case, all residues of stubble and weeds are embedded deep into the soil. Plowing is carried out to a depth of 150mm. The plowing depth and the angle of inclination of the plow are adjusted by means of a hitch.