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canadaboy 139532 305 JD 4250 pulling Gregoire-Besson plow either
JD 4250 pulling Gregoire-Besson plow
this is our JD 4250 with a 5 furrows Gregoire-Besson plow in
corn stubbles. We installed the left dual on the tractor to
push corn stubbles to the ground. We had a record harvest
in SW Quebec, with an average yield of 180 bu/ac, so there
was a lot of residues. SW Quebec, November 2004.
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Re: JD 4250 pulling Gregoire-Besson plow
another view
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Re: JD 4250 pulling Gregoire-Besson plow
This is John Deere and Agromaster Impala 4MT950 plouging
in Hungary. :-)))
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In action. ;-)
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John-Deere 117kW / 4 furrow :-D
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Re: JD 4250 pulling Gregoire-Besson plow
that shout be verry easy to pull. I think it look bad when
you see the crop so verry good like the jd 4250. in holland
is it not good enough. everything has to go under the
ground.
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Re: JD 4250 pulling Gregoire-Besson plow
die trekker van canadaboy gooit het neit erg diep om want je
ziet het gewas nog steeds liggen

canada boy
you are not very deep plowing because i can steal seen the
corn

wat een kut taal dat engels
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Re: JD 4250 pulling Gregoire-Besson plow
heey, canadaboy! we, dutch people's, are used to plow all
the stubbels under. It's better for the ground. Why don't
you plow all the stubbels under. I have seen it a lot more
on pictures from the USA or canada, there must be a good
reason for that.
take care!!
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Re: JD 4250 pulling Gregoire-Besson plow
hahaha, heeft die laatste JD echt zoveel slip zonder die
trottoir bandjes :-\
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mf 8480 dank je wel voor deze betere vertaling:-P
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Re: JD 4250 pulling Gregoire-Besson plow
nou het kan net het verschil maken he ;-)
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Re: JD 4250 pulling Gregoire-Besson plow
geen dank mark, maar het wil niet zeggen dat hij het nu wel
snapt hoor ik ben ook niet zo'n talenheld :-[
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Re: JD 4250 pulling Gregoire-Besson plow
You can still see the crop residue because it is not our
goal when plowing to bury all the residue. We try to keep a
minimum of 30% of residue on the surface to prevent erosion
and to have a deeper snow coverage. We plow 7 inches deep
(17.5 cm) and 16 inches per bottom (40 cm). The plow may
seem to be a bit small compared to the tractor by most
European standards, but you have to consider that we plow
very heavy clay, not beach sand.:-D
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Re: JD 4250 pulling Gregoire-Besson plow
how do you prevent erosion when you keep 30% of the stubbels
on top??
I don't know how you think about the dutch soil, yes we have
sandy fields in some area's but we also have very heavy clay
over here.
thanks for the explanation!
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Re: JD 4250 pulling Gregoire-Besson plow
Hi
I was just kidding about your soil types, i know you have
both sands and clays. However, some people seem to be
surprised that we only pull a 5 furrows plow with a 125 hp
tractor. Residue on the surface help to prevent erosion
because they reduce the impact for of raindrops on the soil
particles. Since clays have very fine particles, they can
easily be transported by rainwater, so keeping residue on
the surface help reduce the loss of soil.
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Re: JD 4250 pulling Gregoire-Besson plow
I'm not surprised about 125Hp with 5 furrow's. In the area
where I live the most tractors of about 125Hp are only
pulling a 4 furrow plow.
About the erosion, i understand your explanation about the
rain and that it can transport the soil, but that's only on
fields with hill's and i can't see really steep hill's on
the picture. We don't have to deal with that kind of
problems over here so taht's why it's hard to understand for
me. :-\
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