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Discussion Board - seedbed for winter wheat on irrigated ground.

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dmiller

08-26-2012 13:46:58
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Went out yesterday to chisel plow the hay ground that will be planted to winter wheat. The plow is an old Graham Hoeme. The guy I worked for as a kid would have called it a field cultivator (not quite aggresive enough for a true chisel plow) but around here they call it a plow. Went in about 3 inches and plugged up every few yards with all the stubble/weeds.
So.... Should I disc the ground a few times to deal with the trash and then go back and chisel. Or should I hire a neighbor to mold board it for me? (don't own a true plow and can't afford one this fall).
Moisture would help but I'm not sure I can wait till the end of Sept/early Oct. I only get to farm weekends and evenings and not all of those. Not sure I could get the crop in fast enough if I wait too long into the fall. We often get snow the first week of Oct around here and then it's too wet to do much for a while.

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howdy1960

08-29-2012 22:25:26
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 Re: seedbed for winter wheat on irrigated ground. in reply to dmiller, 08-26-2012 13:46:58  
i know 2 yrs ago farmer up the road fought plugged plow while plowing a field full of cornstalks and last yr disced same field and plow didnt plug up



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Joshua Rod

08-28-2012 10:08:24
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 Re: seedbed for winter wheat on irrigated ground. in reply to dmiller, 08-26-2012 13:46:58  
Plowing with a moldboard would dry it out some unless your in an area that has decent moisture this year. Where are you from that you typically get snow that early?



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dmiller

08-28-2012 19:32:18
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 Re: seedbed for winter wheat on irrigated ground. in reply to Joshua Rod, 08-28-2012 10:08:24  
Se Montana about 4,ooo feet elevation.



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