Topic: Discussion Board - Re: plowing timing question.
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my opinion,and what ive always done, is to disc,and plow,then wait two to three weeks disc again,before planting. when you turn something under normaly it will tie up the nitrogen for a certain period of time,until it gets to decomposing good. by waiting to plant it seems i get the seed off to a better start.any rain that falls in between seems to get trapped better in the plow furrows than on a field disced and ready to plant.of course you run the risk of more erosion the longer you wait to replant.most of mine this year is ready to plant now,but its been so dry that i wanted to give straw a little more time to decompose. just my opinion and how ive always done.
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