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Re: Worth getting 2 sets of cultivator frames?

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04-12-2014 17:33:52

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Maybe he's planting wide row vegatables....

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04-12-2014 17:40:26

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 Re: Worth getting 2 sets of cultivator frames? in reply to DeltaRed, 04-12-2014 17:33:52  
Either that or forgetting about width of tractor to row widths. That model is the 2 row cultivating tractor and not the 1 row that is the S version that is narrow enough fot that.

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04-23-2014 13:53:25

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 Re: Worth getting 2 sets of cultivator frames? in reply to Leroy, 04-12-2014 17:40:26  
Well, that is what I come here for. 8) Been out getting heart valve replaced.

I guess the first step is describing what I'm trying to accomplish. This is not "farming", per se, just setting up a potentially rather large vegetable garden. I did a good bit of that growing up in North La. But it was stoop labor and roto-tillers, and I'm rapidly learning that roto-tilling my garden in North Central TX, even after considerable composting, is that the soil sets HARD after a rain. After my Grandpa and Dad got roto-tillers in the late 60's, a hoe never touched the garden. They set the row and bed width with the tillers, and just turned the grass under every few days. As the plants reached maturity, the bean vines had to be held back so the tiller could pass. Hey, that's what kids are for, right?

Well, the kids are all big and busy now, so need to do my gardening 1) suited to local soils, and 2) as efficiently as possible from a time and labor perspective.

I have a 39 H and a 420W that someone has trimmed about 3-4" off the axles with a torch. 8(

There will be one row size. looking at peas, beans, onion, and potatoes, at least. probably corn as well. Tomatoes and peppers will get their own corner, as well.

My original question was whether I would be better off with an extra set of frames for the H, and maybe add another H or M to the family later to handle different tool types, or try to do everything with one set of frames. The 420W is now mostly lawn mower. It usually has an RM59 Woods finish mower attached.

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