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04-06-2013 00:04:03

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I've got worms also,Tony. I spread them all over my potato patch on Thursday and rotavated them in. Raised some drills yesterday and hope to plant some spuds today....We were lucky last week ....the snow passed us by, yet I can see it all around our place. Some farmers here in Northern Ireland lost many, many sheep and some roofs of their barns! They are still pulling sheep out of the drifts. Last night I drove through snow 3 foot deep and that was only 23 miles from home! Some of you may remember how wet this patch was a few weeks back when we had to drain it and how wet it ploughed up(last few pics) Sam

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04-06-2013 04:42:30

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 Re: sunning the worms in reply to samn40, 04-06-2013 00:04:03  
i was told many years ago that a rotovator was no good for the worms as it ripped them to shreds ???

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04-06-2013 16:08:12

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 Re: sunning the worms in reply to s19438, 04-06-2013 04:42:30  
I am sure a sharp bladed disc harrow would be more sympathetic to our worms? But so far the rotavator wins in speed of preparation and we have less passes to do, so that means less compaction. Sam

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04-06-2013 07:10:14

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 Re: sunning the worms in reply to s19438, 04-06-2013 04:42:30  
That's true, but there is no 'society of prevention of cruelty to worms' in Ireland.
Sam's worms got it good tho, compare to our yankee worms. Don't know about this year... that's alotta snow for the UK even in a bad year.

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