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    Mulched the tators & onions this morning with aged, coarse sawdust: Click image for larger version. 

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    Cubby makes a pretty good match for the 17P cart: Click image for larger version. 

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    Alright, I finally got around to posting these pictures. We were also really late this year as we bought a new place and I had to run water lines to the garden spot. I used the 1 bottom plow, followed up with the reverse rotation tiller, and then used the bedder to make my rows and bury the drip lines.




    We had some rain last week and everything has sprouted and looks good!


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    Quote Originally Posted by PJR832 View Post
    Can't believe you are digging up potatoes in Alabama and we haven't even put the seed in the ground up here in New York.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bama1025r View Post
    We have to dig them early, else they'll bake in the ground. It's already been in the low 90's down here.
    I had no idea you can grow baked potatoes!

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    Alright, I finally got around to posting these pictures. We were also really late this year as we bought a new place and I had to run water lines to the garden spot. I used the 1 bottom plow, followed up with the reverse rotation tiller, and then used the bedder to make my rows and bury the drip lines.


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    Do you like the reverse rotation vs standard, or have you used one to compare? Seems like it wouldn't push the machine around so much.

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    7 Day old corn

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    Good news! I'm a nut farmer now!

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    I'm not sure what this came off of, but I have a feeling something is going to fall off of something in the near future.
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    I had that exact same nut come off my tractor last winter. Found the nut on the concrete driveway after plowing some snow.
    Never have found where it came off. And I have looked several times.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ilmo View Post
    I had that exact same nut come off my tractor last winter. Found the nut on the concrete driveway after plowing some snow.
    Never have found where it came off. And I have looked several times.
    But how did "that exact same nut" make it from GA to IL?

    Couldn't help myself!
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    Identical twins.
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    Need a DNA report.
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    Set out some flower plants around the edges of the tomato pots yesterday & replanted a few beans. It's been too wet to accomplish much in the gardens this season!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bubber View Post
    I had no idea you can grow baked potatoes!

    Good news! I'm a nut farmer now!



    I'm not sure what this came off of, but I have a feeling something is going to fall off of something in the near future.
    This might be the nut that BigJim is looking for. He said he's missing one for his new hoax machine he says he bought.
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