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Re: UPdate on Ford and tiller?

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10-08-2012 04:46:17

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I have a dearborn cultivator, but it doesn't look like a spring tooth. It has V shaped shovels, some are full and some are half V's. There is a culter in the middle to keep it steady. Never used it. Got it from a friend by doing a small backhoe job.

My neighbor has a Massey with a 6 ft tiller. He always does my garden, however he is getting old and not in great health. He broke up one place I'm re-seeding. Still have to work over the ground a time or two to get rid of the roots.

I have another place 20 miles from his big tiller that I've disked up. I want to get rid of the roots from the weeds before I seed.

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10-08-2012 06:21:51

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 Re: UPdate on Ford and tiller? in reply to George Marsh, 10-08-2012 04:46:17  
You are describing a cultivator for growing row crops. It is not designed for working up ground.


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10-08-2012 05:38:42

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 Re: UPdate on Ford and tiller? in reply to George Marsh, 10-08-2012 04:46:17  
i'm with UD.. once it's plowed soil.. you can work it with a chissle plow or cultivator.

I made up a garden plot a couple years ago.. soil used to be a watermellon farm decades ago.. then about 12ys ago i disced it to powder and made pasture out of it.. 2ys ago I ripped it a few times with scarfire teeth on box plade then plowed it.. after that alot of cultivator work... turned out fine.

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