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Thursday, April 26, 2012

Changing of Seasons

Butler T
This is a changing of the seasons photo.  I took this shot in particular because you can see some interesting stuff.  In the background is a tiling machine and a freshly tiled field.  In the foreground is a planted corn field.  Sort of in the center is a cloud of dust that is someone running a rotary hoe.  A rotary hoe was used in pre-herbicide days to kill weeds.  It was also used to break up a crust.  In this case, I think it is being used primarily as an aeration tool.  It is not a bad idea.  I am sure he is hoping to help his slowly emerging corn get out of the ground.  Click on the picture to enlarge it.

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