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General Discussion / Re: What did you do in the garden today ?
« Last post by bordercollie on Today at 08:58:16 AM »
Rabbitprooof and Gymgirl my garden was  a failure this year. Too much flooding in the spring washed off the garden and (rotted seed 2 times) and now is dry.  I will enjoy your recommendation Gymgirl . Thank you  both for the posts.   judy
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Happy Hour / Re: Tonight's gospel song
« Last post by bordercollie on September 16, 2019, 10:07:12 PM »
Me too !! Mr Horse sure has good  singer selections - always.  :)  I wish I could carry a tune but can't - so  keep my mouth closed.   haha.
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Happy Hour / Re: Tonight's gospel song
« Last post by Rabbitproof on September 16, 2019, 04:55:06 PM »
Agree!!
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General Discussion / Re: What did you do in the garden today ?
« Last post by Rabbitproof on September 16, 2019, 02:56:00 PM »
Gymgirl.....my harvest was pretty pathetic this year. However, my friend 30 minutes  from me had the best yr she has ever had.....go figure!!
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General Discussion / Re: What did you do in the garden today ?
« Last post by Gymgirl on September 16, 2019, 11:47:36 AM »
Deep South Homestead over on YouTube has done a series of talk videos on the changing weather patterns, and current growing conditions.

I would recommend starting with his video last week entitled, "I'm Suffering."

In today's video, he dug up sweet potatoes.  You'll be shocked at what he harvested from two 150' rows....

And, it's predicted that harvests will be smaller and smaller in the next years, due to the weather changes.
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Happy Hour / Re: Tonight's gospel song
« Last post by Double B on September 16, 2019, 09:05:51 AM »
Mr. Horse,

As always you don't disappoint. This was one of your very best selections!

Thank you,
Double B
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Happy Hour / Re: Tonight's gospel song
« Last post by crazyhorse on September 16, 2019, 04:09:35 AM »
I hope everyone enjoys Mr  Carroll Roberson ---------Just A Closer Walk With Thee.

https://youtu.be/QGW_n7hNoM4?list=RDQGW_n7hNoM4
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General Discussion / Re: Watermelons
« Last post by virginiagardener on September 14, 2019, 09:07:25 PM »
That's great! I'm glad they worked out for you! There are few things quite as good as a watermelon fresh out of the garden.

~~VG
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General Discussion / Re: Watermelons
« Last post by LakeRat1 on September 14, 2019, 08:57:42 PM »
Reporting Back about The Late Planted Watermelons, these were Planted using the seed from a melon we bought at a road side stand, it was big oblong striped melon.it may have been some sort of Hybrid, the reason i say that, i have 3 or 4 different looking melons, most are round, I picked a round striped one yesterday, weighted 25#, put it to chill this morning, cut it this evening, it was very sweet, make your hands sticky, i also have some round light green melons, also some oblong light green & some oblong striped, i have counted 30, i am sure there there are some hiding,

I Used the dead curly stem method to pick a ripe one, land that works, Just as many of U had said,
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Tools and Equipment / Re: Tractors
« Last post by virginiagardener on September 14, 2019, 07:05:21 PM »
There are a few ways to tell.

1 - Check the serial number. It's on a plate on the steering column near the throttle lever.

2 - Check the transmission cover casting ( the thing that the shifter comes out of). On a TEA/TE it will be one piece that is combined with the base of the steering column. On a TO machine the transmission cover and base of the steering column are two separate castings.

3 - Look at the transmission case, on the side with the dipstick. There should be casting number that could yield some clues.  On a TO series machine, this casting is cast iron, on a TE machine it will be aluminum.


Edit: If you could post some pictures or send me some pictures that may help us make a better identification if the above options don't work.

Congratulations on the new purchase!



~~VG 
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