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    Default Re: What do you use for cultivating your garden

    What the deep rip does, is to let the water soak in and not run off causing erosion,--plus making ground more open down deep so roots can go down to moisture !--its kinda like a holding tank for your ground. also lets air down to the deep rooted plants growing on top!--also lets the ground freeze out deeper and kills more bugs/disease/etc.
    I pull this 1-shank JD (antique sub soiler) with the Allis 190 xt diesel tractor---gives it a good load in hard ground too!!





    Here are a couple pics from last fall,---one of the machine in the ground and one of it out of the ground,---so you can see its quite a mean machine! thanks; sonny580

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    Default Re: What do you use for cultivating your garden

    Wow. Any subsoilers around here (never had the chance to use one ) go around 18" down. I couldn't even imagine ripping 3' deep

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    Default Re: What do you use for cultivating your garden

    I'm with jordan. Old tiller and a new hoe.

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    Default Re: What do you use for cultivating your garden

    kf4uda: I am assuming that the row width is fixed when using the AC-G because the rear wheels can not be adjusted? How far do you space, for instance, your corn rows for the AC-G? Not like a Farmall Super C where the rear wheels can be adjusted? I am led to believe that the corn rows for the Super C can be as narrow as 28 inches.

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    Default Re: What do you use for cultivating your garden

    Sonny580: How do you include your pictures into a thread. The attachment method forces you to view one picture, then you have to reverse the process to see the next one when there are multiple views.
    thanks

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    Default Re: What do you use for cultivating your garden

    We use photo-bucket and just copy and paste from there!---Its a couple extra steps, but its worth it! thanks; sonny580

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    Default Re: What do you use for cultivating your garden

    Quote Originally Posted by Sonny580 View Post
    We use photo-bucket and just copy and paste from there!---Its a couple extra steps, but its worth it! thanks; sonny580
    Sonny580: Could you give me more details about "photo-bucket" and how do you post them into the TBN thread?
    DocRocky

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    Default Re: What do you use for cultivating your garden

    Sonny,
    I'm pretty sure I've got the same model antique subsoiler you have. Mine has a similar paint job to yours but, I seem to remember some green paint clinging in a few places. Is it an Oliver or a Deere?
    Stuck

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    Quote Originally Posted by kf4uda View Post
    As for cultivating the rows, I use this

    <img src="http://www.tractorbynet.com/forums/attachment.php?attachmentid=313131"/>

    Which is a model "G" Allis Chalmers.
    Talk about being able to see what you are doing.

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    Default Re: What do you use for cultivating your garden

    Stuck!--our sub soiler is a Deere for sure!

    Doc!--- photo-bucket is just a picture host and you upload your pics. to them, (or any other pic. host---there are several hosts out there ,--Image shack is another one we use)
    then you copy the IMG link,then go to your post and do a paste.--the link will then be in your thread and should load the pics after you hit the submit button! thanks; sonny580

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