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    but it's so much fun cutting 50' of tangled deer netting off of your rototiller

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    Tomatoes, eggplant, peppers, kale, and spinach are coming up in the starter trays and doing well. I’m also hoping to get the tiller on my 110 and do a first till this weekend. Wife wants the garden expanded a bit, so there should be plenty of seat time!
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    Quote Originally Posted by ringneck View Post
    but it's so much fun cutting 50' of tangled deer netting off of your rototiller
    That hasn't happened yet. But I can see it happening. I did wrap a tomato cage around the tines once though.
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    Pulled the 110 out and got the tiller attached on Saturday. Got the garden about 80% tilled before the belt popped off. Still a little too wet I think. The clay soil I have here sticks to everything like bubble gum and was sticking to the tines and tires pretty bad. I noticed the tiller got really hard to lift after a few passes. Must weigh twice as much now.
    Letting it dry out now before cleaning it up and putting the belt back on for round 2 later this week.


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    73 110 39 deck
    72 112 47 deck
    73 140 H3 48 deck
    37A Blower
    31 Tiller
    33 Tiller
    54 4 way Blade
    80 cart

    https://www.wfmachines.com/forums/sh...10-restoration

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    Sunday I tilled the garden while mini-me and the wife cleaned out the greenhouse (sorry no photos), we then moved all the started plants into the greenhouse and in the “getting stuff done” mode we made a pretty big mistake. We left the lid on the starter tray. I went out to check in them after work (it’s also my birthday) and preceded to see that mistake and find all the plants in that tray dead. So I then replanted the tray (kale, green peppers, broccoli, cauliflower, lettuce, and spinach). Hopefully they come up quick.
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    Sunday was such a nice day, I got my #2 420 out and did a little plowing....Let the gardening season begin!








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    ^^^And nice straight furrows too!!!
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    That's a big garden. Would not want to weed it.

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    Its not too bad to keep the weeds out...ya just have to keep ahead of them...LOL

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    Quote Originally Posted by twin420s View Post
    Its not too bad to keep the weeds out...ya just have to keep ahead of them...LOL
    What’s your method? Cultivator?
    1966 60 (Soon to be 12 HP), 1985 111
    1967 112, 1966 110
    46 Mower Deck, Modified 31 Tiller, 36 Snowblower, 42 Blade
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    Hinson No 1977&1978 Weather Shield

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