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    J-D 1070, Furgeson F-40

    Default Re: Even before haying - simple plow question.

    Thanks guys.. this is the small plot - the biggie is on the other side of the drive. Those pines are on the Westside.. we get pretty much full sun. I'm going to check out Steve's posts about setting these up.. I should have more to say after the weekend. Thanks again.

    Jim

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    Massey Ferguson 1635 with a factory cab and HEAT

    Default Re: Even before haying - simple plow question.

    You can tank mix Roundup and 2,4D. The Round Up will kill the grass as well as the broadleaf but the 2,4D will help kill the broadleaf growth a little better. 2,4D will not kill grass. The low rate for both is recomended when tank mixing. Do it in the spring when they are actively growing. Wait seven to ten days then plow, till and plant.
    There is no $50 job I can't do without $100 worth of new tools.

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