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Two Row Hilling Implement

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greenbeanman in Kansas

06-15-2009 16:11:58

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I have placed 5 photos of a two row hilling implement at my Photobucket album. Link below.

The two row hiller is currently set for 42 inch rows but I did see that it will allow for a few inches of adjustment.

The manufacturer is unknown to me. Almost all part numbers start with the letters DH. Any thoughts as to Mfg.?

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Fred Hart

06-17-2009 18:33:25

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 Re: Two Row Hilling Implement in reply to greenbeanman in Kansas, 06-15-2009 16:11:58  


I have a one row hiller, 3pt hitch. works great for laying by my sweet corn or making ridge rows.

you have quiet a find there with a two row hiller.

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Bill Longstreet

06-15-2009 19:20:32

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 Re: Two Row Hilling Implement in reply to greenbeanman in Kansas, 06-15-2009 16:11:58  
I was just trying to figure out how I could make raised rows for planting. I have never seen any thing like that.

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greenbeanman in Kansas

06-17-2009 08:25:15

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 Re: Two Row Hilling Implement in reply to Bill Longstreet, 06-15-2009 19:20:32  

A lot will depend upon how large of a raised planting area you want.

Bedders are what some vegetable growers use.

If you use a lister or a middle buster you could throw up ridges to plant on if you used two bringing the dirt together you could then plant on the raised portion. There are a lot of brands of bedders available and for various sized tractors. The disk ones seem to be about $400 and then upwards from there.

Lots of options for making your own. A middle buster with wings added is one I've seen.

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Ole Shovel

06-16-2009 09:20:27

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 Re: Two Row Hilling Implement in reply to Bill Longstreet, 06-15-2009 19:20:32  
Disk hillers or listers have been around for years now and his is proof of that. Never seen one quite like it either. Agi Supply sells a little one row tool bar with disk hiller attachment but I don't know how well those work. or google for Keulavator

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