My experience cultivating with a Super C and a little with a C was all done within about a 5 year span, but during those years I did a lot. It was mainly corn, but some beans too. As for being too fast, I never thought it was too fast the first time through, but when we used the regular shields, we ran in 1st gear and idled down to about 1/3 throttle. Most of the time with corn we used what were called "rotary shields" which were like 4 rows of rotary hoe wheels. with those, we drove faster, as a rotary hoe doesn't do much good driving slow... don't need to just poke holes in the ground. As I recall, we drove in 3rd and again about 1/3 to 1/2 throttle. We also had a 2 row rotary hoe we used some times, depending on the soil and weeds.
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