I do my plotting with an 8N, boom sprayer, plow and disc. Spray to kill the sod or mow as close as possible, plow, disc, plant. If it was me, I'd plow, add lime if needed, and let it mellow over winter. Then you can finish it up in the spring with the disc. From there, it depends on what you want to plant and when. I like to put some buckwheat down to help the soil, and keep the weeds down. I can get 2 crops from one good planting by letting it flower and seed, then discing it down. That gets me to about September, then I plant winter rye and purple top turnips. The rye is a good draw during the time acorns are finishing up, the turnips are good and leafy, too. When it gets cold, the bulbs bring em in. The rye stays green all winter. Works on my plots. HTH Mark
This post was edited by Briar Hill Brittanys at 17:26:14 11/27/12.
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