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Old 07-19-2009, 06:23 PM
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after waiting for it to quit raining here in western ny i finally got my lime down. i have been planning on doing this every weekend for the last month. friday afternoon i had 9 ton's of pulverized lime delivered. i wasn't there but my wife was. she asked about when i should pick up the lime spreader, she was told it was accidently rented out even though i had it reserved to say i was upset would be an understatement because i am stuck home the next weekend or two. anyway they found the spreader saturday morning and i was able to pick it up at noon saturday. it took us six hours to lime 4 plot's. i am pretty happy to finally have this done. i don't know if i will try anything other than grains this year. 3 of the plots were in the mid 5's for ph and one was 5 even.
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Old 07-19-2009, 07:27 PM
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Hey Bush, where did you buy your lime and rent your spreader from?

I am around the corner from you in Springwater.
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