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Rains brought stuff out
 

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What size tractor do you use and how far a part do you space your row's ?
I use a farmall cub I'd say 22" apart too close but I like close because I feel the fertilizer side dressing plus my special additive I put in the middle of the rows gets good distribution but once things mature no more room for cultivating
 

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Thanks now I'm fighting the cabbage worms seems they only eat green ones and not the red
Same thing I noticed. I put liquid seven in my watering jug and poured on them and I have not seen anymore worn damage. The little yellow/white butterflies lay eggs on the cabbage and that is were the worms come from. You garden looks great. Since I got some rain my peas have produced, used 4 cabbage heads so far, beans are not far off and the potatoes are looking good. The first corn I planted is waste high and getting a dark green color.
 
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Same thing I noticed. I put liquid seven in my watering jug and poured on them and I have not seen anymore worn damage. The little yellow/white butterflies lay eggs on the cabbage and that is were the worms come from. You garden looks great. Since I got some rain my peas have produced, used 4 cabbage heads so far, beans are not far off and the potatoes are looking good. The first corn I planted is waste high and getting a dark green color.
Thank you.. yea major difference in a drought garden you water and an inch of rain a week garden. I planted 2 varieties of corn and 1 is tassled out and developing ears
 

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A farmall in good usable condition is 1200 - 1500 usually .. a good rest tine tiller 800-900 so a cub can do many things. I cut my grass with a cub for years
I might have to look around and see if i can find one if the weather ever gets back to normal where i can put a garden out.

Weather is so unpredictable anymore here it's a gamble from one year to next as what to exspect from the weather.

Nothing is seasonal anymore.
 
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I might have to look around and see if i can find one if the weather ever gets back to normal where i can put a garden out.

Weather is so unpredictable anymore here it's a gamble from one year to next as what to exspect from the weather.

Nothing is seasonal anymore.
I agree with you weather is very unpredictable.
 

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