Topic: Re: offset disk or regular for hay meadow?
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Depending on how smooth the ground is already, if it isn't overly rough, let me throw this out. Burn it with a dose of gramoxone, and smooth out any really rough spots with a lighter disc. If you have a quarrel with gramoxone, use a heavy dose of roundup. But get a really good kill. Fertilize and lime it to test, then rent, if you don't have one, a good no-till drill, such as a John Deere or Great Plains, with a grass box. Set it at half the recommended rate and criss-cross the piece at a forty five or so degree angle twice. I think you might be impressed....
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