We currently plough in the stubble, and then drill with a sulky master 3 with suffolk coulters on the back of a 3M kuhn powerharrow. Works well so long as there isn't any rubbish on the surface to clog in the harrows at the back or between the coulters. We are considering direct drilling or perhaps cultivating rather than ploughing so as to not invert the soil. However with a cultivator we would still need a disc drill because of the increased prevalence of organic matter on the surface. We have a mixture of fairly heavy soil (basically solid clay in places, we have 3 clay pits on that farm) and then the other lot is nice easy to work down sandy stuff. I have heared that some of the direct drills dont do such a good job on heavy ground? We have a maxxum 125 (2019) which we would want to pull whatever we bought with, so we wouldn't be able to have anything too massive. What are people's opinions? Go all in on the direct drill, or go for a cultivator then disc combi drill idea? Or any other non-ploughing ideas people might have.