Fall prep is done !

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  1. Wi transplant

    Wi transplant PMA Member

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    Got my clover mowed ( topped off weeds) . and licking branches ( grape vines) installed! Fall plots looking good!! [​IMG][​IMG][​IMG][​IMG][​IMG][​IMG]

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    Looks good! I did a few rubbing posts yesterday. How do you like the Milwaukee chainsaw?
     
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    Wi transplant PMA Member

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    Love it for hinge cutting and clearing trails or light stuff. Not a firewood saw!! But just. Cant beat grabbing it and go no starting. Very quiet !! My locust assasin !!!!

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    How do you get along with the grape vines?
     
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    I have my largest plot to till. Plan on doin it before the ground gets so hard I can't till it. Then wait for a decent rain to plant rye,oats,maybe winter wheat, Wait for rain. Yea,,it's me the dry lone ranger. I know those west of me. albia,,Centerville,,sw a me, and,all the way to Omaha,,no problem. I will wait for rain. rye and oats will germ for a long time through Sept. Lots of time but with all these dry cold fronts may be a long wait..
     
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    Looking good, I was also able to get my last projects done on the farm. Planted rye, wheat, peas and oats and got my hay bale blind set up on a brassica plot. Also put urea on my brassica plots now we just need some rain. Cant wait for September 14th, Im praying for a northwest wind so I can slip into a water hole that my number one visits in daylight every north wind.
     

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