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AnonymousUser 18499 381 Quad 440 either
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Case STX Quad 440 on demo pulling Grizzly 48ft disc NSW
Re: Quad 440
IS that not an Opico "Trail R Disc" ? Maybe they are
marketed by Grizzly?

Why is that guy discing that? Looks like there are about 6
weeds per acre and the ground looks like sand !
Re: Quad 440
No Grizzly in Australia design and make their own
machines.This model disc does bear some similar features to
what was the Steiger Trailer o Disc sold out here some time
ago but let me assure you these are a lot differant in many
areas and incorporate many new features.That is not sand but
black soil floodplain that has 30 plus feet of top soil and
is a common feature in this area.This field had just emerged
from floodwater and as the volunteer sorghum plants had been
stressed discing was the prefeered option.Also this was in
high summer and a fallow so by discing it we left 5 inches
of dry insulating soil to stop moisture loss from the
profile.It was 40 deg C when that photo was taken.
Re: Quad 440
we need some of those disks to rip up twich and sloughs!!!!
Re: Quad 440
You disc 5 inches deep to stop moisture loss? never heard of
that before! Most people will tell you that a disc will help
dry out the ground!
Re: Quad 440
when we disc ground here in Kansas it prevents moisture loss
as well. Allows the ground to remain damp/wet for days
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