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Discussion Board - Re: Let me see if I can get something started...

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Larry NEIL

01-17-2013 20:11:27

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Probably not for me. If it's as dry next summer..I onl reall got one cutting. Cut the second time just to get the weeds.

By the way animal, I posted to you on your question regarding a ledger adjusting too on implement alley. My e-mail should be open on this thread.
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Larry NEIL

01-17-2013 20:12:54

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 Re: Let me see if I can get something started... in reply to Larry NEIL, 01-17-2013 20:11:27  
E-mail is;
Ph. (630) 774-2087

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01-18-2013 17:07:14

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 Re: Let me see if I can get something started... in reply to Larry NEIL, 01-17-2013 20:12:54  
I sent you an email this morning, I hope you got it.

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Tx Jim

01-18-2013 04:17:45

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 Re: Let me see if I can get something started... in reply to Larry NEIL, 01-17-2013 20:12:54  
I agree that cutting too close no matter which type cutter(sickle or disc) severely affects regrowth. I also agree that duller disc blades are worse on plant stalks than dull sickle sections. I have observed that in cutting a Sudan/hay grazer type crop with a disc cutter will cause crop plant population lose because of shattering of the stubble allowing some of it to dry out and not regrow. This was very evident in drier years.

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