Don McCombs wrote:Cecil wrote:Pris cleaned out some of the flower beds today. The bees were out flying in the sun.
Oh, shut up!
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February 14 & 15, 2014
Six to eight in some areas. A couple of inches in others. A lot melted today with temps up in the 50's. Supposed to rain all day tomorrow with temps in the 50's again. So, we'll lose a good bit tomorrow, also. I'm ready for it all to be gone.
MD, Deep Creek Lake
"1950 Something" Farmall Cub
1977 International Cub w/FH
1978 International Cub
1948 Farmall Super A
1951 Farmall Super C w/FH
Corn up, okra up, peas up, squash up and cucumbers up.
Frost first of the week did burn may potatoes and corn a little but they are going to be fine.
Hope all you northern folks thaw out soon.
"I ain't believing this!"
Tim...you got me motivated with your videos (I subscribe to your Youtube channel). Got a good chunk of my upper field done. Clutch on my newest Cub needs some work. Todays project, cuz I have to finish my plowing and harrow at the communtiy garden at the college.
To top off yesterday...corn from the last years crop was part of supper. That Bodacious corn is mighty tasty...I tried growing that because Don McCombs does. Excellant crop, good eating!!!! Freezes well,too!
With all of that kale and broccoli, you won't have to buy "gas", for the cub! Ed
50 ,52,53,56,59 F Cubs, 55,55,57,63,63 fast hitch, 64 lo-boys, 71 154, 184 lo-boy,61 cadet original. IH spreader,IH corn grinder, Oli. OC3 ,AC D10 ,IH 444 , Potato digger, wagner ldr 3 power units.
Still too much snow on my gardens here in Maine. The ones that are partially snow-free are eight inches of mud. Won't be plowing for a while yet.
'49 Cub (#77786) "Jessie"
"64 Farmall Cub (#224657) "Alex"
Cub 54 Blade
193 Moldboard plow
Cub L-38 disc harrow
Did not go Plowing but i Went for a Cruise on my 64 140 yesterday 67F Cold Pepsi No Traffic (8:00AM) Why not! Went 9 Miles Close to 15
When my Dad got home him an his girlfriend Lori went too
Tractors are like watermelons..Eat the red and throw away the green!!
Brendan Dixon Greenville NC
Sure wish I could see the soil. Still have over a foot of snow on the ground and forecast is calling for only 40 deg. F for the rest of the week. It's going to be a long, cold spring for us Northern Upper Michigan souls I fear. I like to see the soil turned up in the pic. Gets the blood running. Thanks.
Had a post ready Sat. But it went poof Plowed last fall, so I disked, run off rows with narrow shovel pulled as deep as it would go (12"+), put out fertilizer (with modified watering can). Next ran the Merry Tiller through to mix fertilizer In soil. Planted cabbage, broccoli, lettuce, and onions ( same kind they grow in GA, but can't call them by that name, lol).
"It is impossible for a man to learn what he thinks he already knows." -Epictetus
252646 & 221525. 195897 (Gone but not forgotten!)
Took the front blade off on Saturday. No point in trying to plow, either the ground is dry or still froze. Need some rain, and it's snowing this morning.
I plowed a little patch for taters on saturday, here in the eastern panhandle we had temperatures in the mid 60s, and the soil condition was excellent and rolled over good. I think adding antifreeze to the tires helped a big difference also
Surprising that so many people still have snow on the ground or in the air. I decided not to finish up the upper garden and replace the clutch. I adjusted as much as I could and it is shot....so what could be more fun than plowing? Splitting a Cub? not Anyone local have a splitting stand I can borrow for a few days???
Plowed my corn Saturday.
"I ain't believing this!"
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