Towable Tiller

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  1. copperhead

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    What are you planting?
     
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    Want to be able to plant beans. Last year I planted soybeans as a cover crop for my clover. They came up great the issue I am trying to solve is the time to get the ground broken up. I used a towable cultivator to break up the ground and then the ground hog max to fine it up more. I had to stop after about every pass to pull dead vegetation out of the tines of the cultivator. I had mowed and sprayed the areas a few weeks prior and this year I think I am going to mow more often to hopefully prevent that. I even tried raking the plot first too and that didn't seem to help much.

    I want to increase one plot to an acre in size and the others are less than 1/2 acre.
     

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