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    Platinum Member NS Gearhead's Avatar
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    Default Re: TODAYS SEAT TIME

    Quote Originally Posted by Whitnel View Post
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    Got do do some bush hogging today and sprayed the grass the is growing in the middle if the drive.
    What do you spray with? I use a hand pump sprayer with gas to spot kill weeds on the driveway. : ) Pestisides are banned in my province.

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    Quote Originally Posted by NS Gearhead View Post
    What do you spray with? I use a hand pump sprayer with gas to spot kill weeds on the driveway. : ) Pestisides are banned in my province.
    Would this be better?


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    Platinum Member NS Gearhead's Avatar
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    Cool. Is that ment for roofing? I would rather that then poisoning.

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    Default Re: TODAYS SEAT TIME

    I was waiting for the post to go up in flames. After the video played, one came up for killing weeds with vinegar. That might be easier and safer.

    Edit: I keep a mixture of tractor fuel and gas in a squirt bottle for when I'm cutting bushes. A good squirt on the cut stump will keep it from sprouting back.

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    Default Re: TODAYS SEAT TIME

    Quote Originally Posted by Larro Darro View Post
    Edit: I keep a mixture of tractor fuel and gas in a squirt bottle for when I'm cutting bushes. A good squirt on the cut stump will keep it from sprouting back.
    Regular household bleach works too. Kills all vegatation for the season, or darn near all season.
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    Default Re: TODAYS SEAT TIME

    I got a little over 2 hours on the tractor today.

    I groomed 1/2 mile of gravel with the RatchetRake, and I started on the massive bush hogging project where everything has been totally let go... I got a trail cut in the 6-7' tall weeds back to the forest and trails, and I started clearing the gun range area at the edge of the "future pasture" section.

    It was a good day...
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    Managing 51 Acres of Virginia hills with ponds & streams, mature market timber, riding trails, empty pasture, long gravel drive, veggie garden, & yard.

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    The weeds in the garden had been bothering me, and the melons had just about played out. So I ate all the melon I could hold, {as small as they were, that took eating the heart out of about five or six of them} then took down the fence, mowed and tilled everything but the peppers and one tomato plant. I'm thinking about putting in a small amount of greens for a fall garden.

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    Forgot to mention {if the orange hood in the picture didn't give it away} that I used the B7500, with the bush hog and tiller.

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    Quote Originally Posted by NS Gearhead View Post
    What do you spray with? I use a hand pump sprayer with gas to spot kill weeds on the driveway. : ) Pestisides are banned in my province.
    I had some 2,4-d I had picked up at Tractor Supply last year sitting around.
    Grand L 3240. TSC 6' Rough Cutter, 66" Bradco Rock Bucket, New 7' Fred Cain Rake that needs a paint job, 6' United BB, Northern Tool 16 Gal Sprayer, 42" Pallet Forks Land Pride FDR1672 Finish Mower. Still looking for more attachments

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    Just a little 3 acre brush job



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    Default Re: TODAYS SEAT TIME

    You guys got me jealous of all the bushhogging, so here's my version... LOL This trail conects mine to existing trails behind my property. It's about 800' long and 8' wide. I cut it two years ago with a three point blade on my Kombi

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    after


    Not sure what kind of bush it is, but I used trimmer line this time aroud because it was all new growth this year and green... sure went through alot of it though.

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