Do you consider seated low neutral grip cable rows a quality exercise for lats? Thanks.
Yes. But the execution is important.
It’s better to lean slightly forwards to keep neutral spine and avoid arching which tends to shift the tension to the upperback. And you want to make sure you’re driving the humerus down and that the elbows come in towards the hips and not up above that. This will do a much better job of biasing the lats.
If you can find a handle wide enough so that your elbows and wrists line up that’s even more ideal.