almost certainly not. But of course, the weight being used is a huge factor, as deadlifts are generally trained heavier than rows. Perhaps RDL’s are a more a propos comparison.
So y’all don’t often see my back because that’s not how gym selfies work, but I would say my back development is better than my… front? … development. Particularly my lower back. I mostly attribute that to a lot of heavy work, specifically heavy deadlifting. The only other truly consistent back movement I’ve had in my routine for the last 7 years has been pull ups. I’ve done a fair bit of rowing, but I’ve probably done pull ups at a 3 or 4:1 ratio compared to any type of rows. I generally do something in the range of 5 sets of 10 pull ups. I can do these a few times a week.
I currently do a lot of heavy carries. Heavy carries, and specifically front carries like hussafel stone, keg, and sandbag, are extraordinarily taxing on the back. I think heavy carries could help a lot of folks with lagging back strength/size improve quickly. Also atlas stones are great for it.
I also do a fair bit of cleans with various implements. Different part of the back. Very effective as well.
It’s hard for me to say how much total volume I get for back work in a week, but regularity of back work is almost every single session, in some form. I could clean and press on Monday, deadlift on Wednesday, bench and pull ups on thursday, and do heavy carries on Saturday. That would be some form of back work every session.