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riverbend

05-28-2017 12:43:55




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I would like to side dress vegetables when cultivating with a Super C. It has been a long time since anyone around here has seen side dressers that weren't completely rusted out.

Is there something that I can substitute that will do the same job ? Has anyone done a DIY version ?

Thanks

Greg




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gene bender

05-28-2017 16:23:17




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 Re: work around from side dresser in reply to riverbend, 05-28-2017 12:43:55  
Just mount a tank and use liquid run hose down to the shovel using a ball valve to open and close the flow. I did that for sweetcorn on an A worked well. Would be easy to do.There are different ferts that are water mixed to use. Just visit your garden center to find the one you want to use.



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Richard G.

05-28-2017 15:22:14




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 Re: work around from side dresser in reply to riverbend, 05-28-2017 12:43:55  
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I built my own. Everything that touches fertilizer is stainless. Cultivator frame is on other side of tractor. Got about $40 in it.
Richard in NW SC

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riverbend

05-29-2017 05:36:29




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 Re: work around from side dresser in reply to Richard G., 05-28-2017 15:22:14  
That is quite a DIY spreader! Nice work.



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Richard G.

05-29-2017 11:42:34




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 Re: work around from side dresser in reply to riverbend, 05-29-2017 05:36:29  
Thanks. A very good friend gave me the clutch mechanism sitting on the axle. I fabricated most everything else from stuff here on the place. Had to buy the stainless steel bolts.
Richard



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antiqueIH

05-28-2017 14:42:24




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 Re: work around from side dresser in reply to riverbend, 05-28-2017 12:43:55  
I have a good John Blue brand one row sidedresser outfit that came off a Super C you can get cheap if you are close enough to pick up. Email me for more info if you are interested.



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FastFarmall

05-28-2017 14:35:27




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 Re: work around from side dresser in reply to riverbend, 05-28-2017 12:43:55  
Have you considered liquid fertilizer, it would be a lot easier to rig that up, just my idea!!



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Mtf

05-28-2017 13:06:05




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 Re: work around from side dresser in reply to riverbend, 05-28-2017 12:43:55  
5 gallon bucket with about 3/4 inch hole in the bottom. Sit it at the start of the row, fill it half full and take off. If you need a break, just sit it down.



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