This is a full shot of the turf planter, turf roller and also how we must not let the ground dry out so we already have the water lines watering the freshly planted turf.
Here is another picture of the turf being planted into the ground. You can see another tractor behind that has a roller attached to it. We go over the ground with a roller to get rid of all the lumps and bumps so when it comes time to cut it the machine does not struggle. […]
This shows us watering a freshly planted paddock. We must insure that the ground is well watered like this for the next few weeks to have the best chance for the turf to take root and survive.
This picture shows the amount of preparation we need to do ,by ploughing up the ground to be able to plant a new paddock. This process of ploughing up the ground usually takes about 2 to 3 days for a 5 acre paddock. We only have to do these when we want to change the […]
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