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Trent M
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Re: Ready to plow!!

Postby Trent M » Thu Apr 27, 2017 12:11 pm

Some nice looking plowing you guys are showing!! Thanks for sharing!

Trent plowed half his garden a couple days ago.
Trent's Dad finished the plowing the next day.
Trent did not take any pictures or videos.
Trent is dumb, don't be like Trent.
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Re: Ready to plow!!

Postby rockfarmer » Sun Apr 30, 2017 5:08 pm

I'm jealous
Edwards Plateau Farming.jpg


Maybe when we move back east.

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Re: Ready to plow!!

Postby Mr Ziffel » Mon May 08, 2017 1:58 am

When my Grandpa and Dad Plowed, we never used roundup or any herbicide . Sure we had some weeds, but that is part of life.
That is what a hoe was for . We did not have any side effects from chemicals . We used to pick potato bugs off by hand.
We are talking about 1 full acre of Corn ,Potatoes,
Green beans, Tomatoes ,Squash etc . In Northern Mi we had to pick rocks out of the soil every spring as the cold pushed up new ones for us to enjoy. :|
Thats why you often see stone fences up there.


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