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THE DIRT ON TILLAGE TOOLS

If you own a compact tractor, you have many ways to loosen the dirt and prepare your land for a garden, lawn seed or wildflower plots. Tilling the soil is essential for numerous reasons including aeration, breaking up blocky soil to increase soil-to-seed contact and weed control. But which tillage tools are best for you? I’ve tested them all and here is my rundown on how each tool works and the scenario in which it works best.

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Hobby Farms May/June 2019, High Tunnel Irrigation Options, Rural Living for Pleasure and Profit, For your Animals Best Health, Poison IVY Prevention & Tips, And More....

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COLUMNS & DEPARTMENTS
My two major issues with Midwestern summers are the
Before you cut that first blade of grass this spring
Here are some alternate ways to get poison ivy (Toxicodendron
Pesky flies and mosquitoes — who needs them? Certainly
“I’m stuck!” rang a voice from across the soggy gumbo
How much you know about your customers, their needs
column by Phil Craft • photos courtesy Mary Parnell
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Hobby Farms
It’s time for spring tillage projects, and you have a number of tillage options at your fingertips.
Tires keep your farm equipment moving.
Avoid these common mistakes and utilize your vaccination program in the most effective way possible.
Growing in protected space can significantly grow your bottom line, but only if irrigation issues don’t put you underwater.
If you think logs are the only way to grow your own gourmet mushrooms, think again.
Many sustainable farming ideas you should use on your farm have been practiced for hundreds of years, including by many of our nation’s founding fathers.
You don’t have to be Peter Piper to grow and enjoy peppers of all varieties.
Collard greens are more than a Southern soul-food staple.
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