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#46 MF14 plowday special OFFLINE  

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Posted July 04, 2011 - 09:57 PM

Went out today and checked, measured what I plowed before, it looks like most of it is 3 to 4" deep. For some reason the first pass is 4 to 5" deep.
Going to try again next weekend on a patch that doesn't have so much grass.
Thanks for all the help one day I'll get right.


Well the chatroom gang was wondering what your wife thought of your plowing ????

..... We all go through this ... till we learn to adjust!

.... you will be the star of the plowday ... wish I could go !!!

....Good idea .... to find easier ground .....

.... lets us see the results when you do..... This electric plowing is exciting.... never thought electrics could do heavy work!

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Posted July 04, 2011 - 10:57 PM

Went out today and checked, measured what I plowed before, it looks like most of it is 3 to 4" deep. For some reason the first pass is 4 to 5" deep.
Going to try again next weekend on a patch that doesn't have so much grass.
Thanks for all the help one day I'll get right.


Now that is an unusual result you got there. Usually the first pass does not go deep because you have no wheels down in the furrow.

If your first furrow is that good ... then the two problems you are apt to have for the second furrow is ... going too deep or taking too much land .... This really leaves me perplexed !!!

I know you will get it right .... just remember that the plow is designed to cut 10 inches wide and 5 deep.... and you can go a little deeper maybe an inch... or if not in sod maybe 2 inches.

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Posted July 05, 2011 - 11:39 AM

Well I just now noticed there is a tilling and plowing forum also ...... so where does this thread belong ????




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