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Whoa-till: minimum-depth tillage for the dryland market garden

publication date: Nov 1, 2017
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When we started farming in 1983, there were few models of organic, horse-powered market gardening. So we used the traditional practices for growing field crops here in north-central Pennsylvania, preparing a seedbed with the moldboard plow, spring tooth harrow and cultipacker. We quickly realized we needed to put a whoa on moldboard plowing to dependably establish dryland produce.



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