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Re: Learning to Cultivate Corn: More Error that Trial

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06-22-2013 15:16:40

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I've been cultivating all day...The easiest way to stay on the row is to plant your butt square in the seat,look straight ahead,place radiator cap in center of row.Dont look back.Just sit up straight look ahead(not back) and drive.As was said,If you want to check your work,STOP,get off and look.

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Mike Aylward

06-23-2013 11:28:28

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 Re: Learning to Cultivate Corn: More Error that Trial in reply to DeltaRed, 06-22-2013 15:16:40  
Absolutely, Steve. I learned to run a rear mounted cultivator on a tractor with saddle tanks. Look straight, drive straight, and only look back occasionally. I did do 12 rows on the countour yesterday and when you do that you need to favor the OUTSIDE of the row with your tractor which almost seems opposite of what you think. But that is how it works. Only corn I damaged was on the ends and you can't help that. Mike

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06-23-2013 01:11:00

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 Re: Learning to Cultivate Corn: More Error that Trial in reply to DeltaRed, 06-22-2013 15:16:40  
I have never been able to figure out how you can get a wide rear tire between the rows without smashing the corn.

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