Posted by Dave H (MI) on September 15, 2013 at 11:00:07 from (22.214.171.124):
Wrapping up my plans to put in one small field of corn in the Spring. Been doing hay for about 12 years now and thought I would try something different. I have an assortment of good tractors up to 160 hp. I have an IH Cyclo 800 eight row planter with dry fertilizer, a smallish 20' boom sprayer, and a ten foot disk and cultipacker. Still looking for a plow of some sort to do initial tillage, was thinking of a 5-6 bottom on land moldboard plow but am open to suggestions. Do I have all the bases covered for the Spring planting or did I miss something? Having never done corn on this scale before I would appreciate any and all input. This "test" field is only about ten acres but I have larger available for the future if this goes well. If I am all set for planting I will move toward planning for harvest. Thanks!
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