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Icon_missing_medium kevinmanuel 33 Posts
17 hours ago

Crop Protection / Crop Protection-Cloche and netting issues

Hi,

 

Me again!! I have some of my crop protected netting (see picture)  If this has even worked you will be able to see that even though my caulfilowers are under netting they are still being eaten by something! Any idea what this is? The same for in the back ground of my picture - my spinage - I have had the damn stuff protect by netting all summer and its still being eaten! Whats the point of netting I ask myself :rolleyes: Maybe I am just being thick or something. I also had my spinage surrounded by slug tape and still they are being devourered.

My 2nd issue is that of using a cloche. I had all my early veg out under one in Apriland they all got eaten too. How do I protect things whilst they are in the cloche? It's a tiny little on that I just had on the patio outside the kitchen door sheltered by the wall and the fence.

I really am at a loss now as to how to protect things.

Shall I dig up and compost my corgette plant now? It's huge but not produced anything all year although suddenly has an abundance of tons of flowers lol. If I leave it out does it need covering from the cold?

I didn't find the right solution from the Internet.

 

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Icon_missing_medium kevinmanuel 33 Posts
17 hours ago

Crop Protection / How To Prevent Crop Breaking

Hi,

I'm making a plugin that involves crops and one thing I need to do is make it so players can jump and damage the crops. I've seen this in many protection plugins and in some places I've seen it used under the playerinteractevent although to me it doesn't seem right. Any help is appreciate and thanks in advance.

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References:

https://bukkit.org/threads/how-to-prevent-crop-breaking.292816/

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Icon_missing_medium kevinmanuel 33 Posts
17 hours ago

General No-Till / Yield drop on no-till?

Hi,

Watching a video of machinery in USA northern states last night, ( I know, its sad an all!) and after watching lots of big JDs pulling drags in front of drilling maize or soya, they moved into an area where, I quote 'most farmers direct drill here, but the reduction in yield is more than repaid by the reduction in establishment cost in time and diesel'. Why should it be assumed (and presumably admitted to ) that there will be a reduction in yield just due to DD? Surely water conservation etc ought to have the opposite effect, especially in their low rainfall areas?

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References:

https://thefarmingforum.co.uk/index.php?threads/yield-drop-on-no-till.2537/

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Icon_missing_medium kevinmanuel 33 Posts
17 hours ago

General No-Till / No-till soil help needed

Hi,

I'm interested in making this soil but am just feeling a bit unsure on what exactly to buy. I'm in Australia for anyone wondering, so I don't have access to the exact Compost that thread recommends. Other things I don't know is what grade pumice stone to buy, whether to buy neem oil or neem cake meal or neem seed meal? I seem to be having a lot of trouble finding Australian retailers that stock some of these amendments Any help from anyone would be greatly appreciated! 

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References:

https://forum.grasscity.com/threads/no-till-soil-help-needed.1466850/

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Icon_missing_medium kevinmanuel 33 Posts
17 hours ago

General No-Till / No-till soil help needed

Hi,

I'm interested in making this soil but am just feeling a bit unsure on what exactly to buy. I'm in Australia for anyone wondering, so I don't have access to the exact Compost that thread recommends. Other things I don't know is what grade pumice stone to buy, whether to buy neem oil or neem cake meal or neem seed meal? I seem to be having a lot of trouble finding Australian retailers that stock some of these amendments Any help from anyone would be greatly appreciated! 

I didn't find the right solution from the Internet.

References:

https://forum.grasscity.com/threads/no-till-soil-help-needed.1466850/

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Icon_missing_medium kevinmanuel 33 Posts
04/19/2018

Strip-Till / Strip-till machine-PICS

Hi,

The toolbar was built by my uncle and dad back in the 80's and was originally 50 feet wide. It was pulled by the Steiger we had at the time and was set up for NH3. Dad quit using NH3 in the early 90's but kept the toolbar. We tried NH3 again in 2006 and we felt that liquid was a much better way to go for our operation. All I had to do to the toolbar is take all of the NH3 stuff off and cut it down to 40 feet for 16 rows. Sine we plant with a 24 row planter we can only strip-till the flatter fields and on the field where strip-till will not work, we can just band nutrients. The aircart is a Flexi-Coil cart which was branded and sold through John Deere. It had a Flexi-Coil monitoring system on it which I took off and replaced with Trimble components. The cart is capable of single product VRA and I plan to make it capable of two product VRA in the future.

 

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Icon_missing_medium kevinmanuel 33 Posts
04/19/2018

Crop Protection / [WorldGuard] Crop Protection

Hi,

So, I'm working on my server currently, and I need a bit of help with WorldGuard. Well, I just started working on my spawn point and decided to add a farm for scenery. After creating the farm, I claimed the area as a private region, and flagged it so that no one is able to build in the area. Unfortunately, I let a new player join and attempt to break the crops by "jumping" on them. He was successfully able to break crops by jumping on them instead of breaking them with his fist.

 

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Icon_missing_medium kevinmanuel 33 Posts
04/19/2018

Soil, Seeding and Planting / Right Plant Wrong Soil !

Hi,

I have three large potted Rhododendrens approx 1.5 m high which are becoming too big for the patio. I would love to plant these in the garden but unfortunately I have chalky soil which I know they are not suited to. My question is .. is it possible to treat an area with ericaceous soil and feed etc to put them in, or ... I believe I have read cases where people dig holes and put the pot in the ground? 

Please help.

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References:

https://forum.gardenersworld.com/discussion/81287/right-plant-wrong-soil

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Icon_missing_medium kevinmanuel 33 Posts
04/19/2018

Soil, Seeding and Planting / Would sugar in the soil improve plant health?

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I have a plant in my terrace, in Madrid. Some of the plant leaves are yellow, brown...almost dying. I thought it wasn't doing photosynthesis properly, so as far as I remember,  the product from photosynthesis is starch.  To help the plant, I have started leaving some sugar in the earth of the plant pot. However, I don't dare to leave too much sugar. Do you think this thing of  leaving some sugar in the earth plant pot,  can help the plant  to recover the green colour of its leaves??

Please help.

 

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References:

https://www.thenakedscientists.com/forum/index.php?topic=36747.0

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Icon_missing_medium LarryWalker 1 Post
04/18/2018

Crop Protection / Fencing a crop

Hello everyone,

 

Instead of placing greenhouse directly, I think we should have more basic way to protected crop from wind(and little cold)maybe fence it first then upgrade to greenhouse laterFence may cost 1500 and can protect wind for 15%and may be able to upgrade more 1500 to fence with crop protection net, which protect plant from both drought and cold a bit moreMaybe not so realistic only for tall tree? Can make it a tall fence?

 

Any suggestions?

 

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Icon_missing_medium kevinmanuel 33 Posts
04/14/2018

Strip-Till / Strip till ?

Hi,

Would like some pros and cons about strip till for corn in 30 inch rows. Mostly level ground, some point rows along creeks ect. What brand works well? Thinking Krause 16 row. Currently using a 1770 24 RN. Have auto steer on an 8430 MFWD. Have a 4WD to use on a strip till unit.

Please help.

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Icon_missing_medium kevinmanuel 33 Posts
04/14/2018

Strip-Till / strip to

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Anyone using a clayden drill whent to look at one on Friday and what sort of job it had done looked good was surprised how dry the land was compared with conventional drilling. There must be some draw backs .because the savings to be made look good against plough and combi.

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Icon_missing_medium kevinmanuel 33 Posts
04/14/2018

Soil, Seeding and Planting / Found this flower randomly on our lawn, what is it?

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I live in Southern Ontario Canada. Just happened to find these two purple flowers today growing on my lawn. I'm guessing they may have been planted by a squirrel. Can anyone help identify them?

Please help.

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https://garden.org/thread/view/79965/Found-this-flower-randomly-on-our-lawn-what-is-it/

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Icon_missing_medium kevinmanuel 33 Posts
04/14/2018

Soil, Seeding and Planting / Found this flower randomly on our lawn, what is it?

Hi,

I live in Southern Ontario Canada. Just happened to find these two purple flowers today growing on my lawn. I'm guessing they may have been planted by a squirrel. Can anyone help identify them?

Please help.

I didn't find the right solution from the Internet.

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https://garden.org/thread/view/79965/Found-this-flower-randomly-on-our-lawn-what-is-it/

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Icon_missing_medium kevinmanuel 33 Posts
04/14/2018

Soil, Seeding and Planting / Shrink Wrapping Luggage - protection against drug planting

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Has anyone come across this service at any airport...We will be travelling via

Asai to UK and we would like to do this to avoid the possiblity of anyone "accidently"

placing drugs in our bags....

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Icon_missing_medium kevinmanuel 33 Posts
04/14/2018

Soil, Seeding and Planting / Planting Trees

Hi,

I am planning to have our little brood plant trees during our stay. Is this a difficult exercise? can not be right? How much time should I plan on giving this effort? I know JNF has a section outside Jerusalem and in the Galilee Has anyone ever been to the Galilee site?

Please help.

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https://www.tripadvisor.in/ShowTopic-g293977-i1733-k5455576-Planting_Trees-Israel.html

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Icon_missing_medium kevinmanuel 33 Posts
04/13/2018

Equipment / Best way to sell logging equipment

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Just outta curiosity is there anyone out there that has access or know we’re to get Tigercat service software for the forestry equipment??? Lotta guys around here run 240 an 240b’s an 630 b an c’s. Our local dealer want tell ya a thing retaining to service information nor troubleshooting help

Please help.

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https://www.heavyequipmentforums.com/threads/best-way-to-sell-logging-equipment.61171/

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Icon_missing_medium kevinmanuel 33 Posts
04/12/2018

Equipment / Fortis Custom Boxing Gloves and Boxing Equipment

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Icon_missing_medium kevinmanuel 33 Posts
04/12/2018

Equipment / Guidance on old equipment

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 If anyone is interested or can point us in the right direction.  I am helping my father sell some of his old equipment.  I created a pdf with 23 pieces of equipment on it. I will send it to you for review.  The equipment is too good to be scraped.  

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Icon_missing_medium kevinmanuel 33 Posts
04/12/2018

Strip-Till / Best strip till implement?

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Me and my father are looking into maybe doing some strip tilling hear this upcoming year. We are looking for a unit that is capable of applying both liquid and dry fertilizer in one pass if wanted. We grow corn and soybeans. Corn residue is pretty heavy  but the chopping drago head helps with that some but still quite a bit of residue on the surface. A clean seed bed and mininal residue above the row is an absolutely must for us for proper germination and emergence. We currently run a 12r 30" planter and figured it would be best to stick with a 12r stip till unit. Would like to be able to set it fairly deep...say 8" plus if wanted. Just wondering what options are available we should look into. 

 

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Icon_missing_medium kevinmanuel 33 Posts
04/12/2018

Strip-Till / Strip-Till

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Has any one gone from conventional tillage to strip-till and been completely satisfied. I am looking for all the information that I can about strip-till and how good it works. I am wondering how well planting the strips work. Would also like to know what are that best strip-till machines and the best air carts to apply P and K. 

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Icon_missing_medium kevinmanuel 33 Posts
04/10/2018

Cover Crops / Cover Crops

Hi,

 

 

Just red an article in the Grainews talking about using cover crops instead of tillage to maintain soil health. This sounds like an interesting idea but would it work in heavier clay soils? We use cover crops when establishing alfalfa, but thats just silaged off. But how do you use cover crops in grain crops? 

Please help.

 

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References:

http://www.thecombineforum.com/forums/23-crop-production/33855-cover-crops.html

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Icon_missing_medium kevinmanuel 33 Posts
04/10/2018

Cover Crops / Maize and Cover crops

Hi,

I am considering trialling cover crops post maize harvest that would provide ground cover through the winter months. The cover crop would be ploughed out for salad production in the Spring. However I am weary of the late cover crop drilling date after maize and was considering whether under sowing maize with a cover crop would be an option and if so which species of cover crop could be used whether late drilled following maize or under sown in to the maize. Has anybody any experience of using cover crops with maize and perhaps able to offer some advice please?

Please help.

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https://thefarmingforum.co.uk/index.php?threads/maize-and-cover-crops.111220/

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Icon_missing_medium kevinmanuel 33 Posts
04/10/2018

Cover Crops / Maize and Cover crops

Hi,

I am considering trialling cover crops post maize harvest that would provide ground cover through the winter months. The cover crop would be ploughed out for salad production in the Spring. However I am weary of the late cover crop drilling date after maize and was considering whether under sowing maize with a cover crop would be an option and if so which species of cover crop could be used whether late drilled following maize or under sown in to the maize. Has anybody any experience of using cover crops with maize and perhaps able to offer some advice please?

Please help.

I didn't find the right solution from the Internet.

References:

https://thefarmingforum.co.uk/index.php?threads/maize-and-cover-crops.111220/

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Icon_missing_medium kevinmanuel 33 Posts
04/10/2018

General No-Till / No-till soil help needed

Hi,

I'm interested in making this soil but am just feeling a bit unsure on what exactly to buy. I'm in Australia for anyone wondering, so I don't have access to the exact Compost that thread recommends.

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