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    I have a Troybilt Junior tiller, a high wheel cultivator.....and the old fashion way...pulling whats left by hand.

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    Quote Originally Posted by twin420s View Post
    I have a Troybilt Junior tiller, a high wheel cultivator.....and the old fashion way...pulling whats left by hand.
    Ok, same method here. Hit what I can with Brinly cultivator. Hit in between the plants with a hand cultivator. Pull out the tiller if it gets crazy.
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    Several years ago, I had a nice crop of lettuce and used Preen to keep weeds out between the rows. After the first crop went to seed, I cultivated the area and planted it again with new seeds. NOTHING came up and after 3 different tries, gave up until the following year. Rabbits and groundhogs finished the crop the next couple of years.

    Gave up and purchased a head of lettuce from grocery store plus a box of 12 gauge 3" magnum #4 shot from gun shop.
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    Result! Wabbits are tastier than lettuce anyway.

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    Final seed planting for indoor starting done this morning (hopefully). Watermelon, pumpkin, cantaloupe, zucchini, and cucumber. Replanted what didn’t come up yet, or we accidentally killed

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    Doesn't give a confident feeling yet...
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    Had some beautiful weather here yesterday. Hoping the cold is finally over with. Got a chance to get out of the house and do some yard work. Gave the garden a second deeper till. Going to start some tomatoes from seeds in the greenhouse today.
    Also pulled some rocks out of the woods with the truck. They were a little too big for the 140 to pull. Going to use them for landscaping around the house.


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    Still been too wet to do much dirt work here. Another few days of weather like today and we would be straightened out. Got some seeds going in trays inside.

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