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TasCowboy 360379 244 Onions on Raised Beds either
Onions on Raised Beds
Early brown onion crop, grown on raised beds, Longford, Tasmania, late 2002.
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The same crop (from another spot in the paddock) in early 2003 after lifting.
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:-(Cowboy
you polluted farmphoto by opening a new thread for each photograph.
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I think you pollute FARM PHOTO for being here & polluting my threads!

These photos are all different, so cant be all posted in the one thread!
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TasCowboy, het logisch denkvermogen ontbreekt bij jou wel. Als ik foto's post van het mais hakselen, dan ga ik ook niet elke keer een nieuwe thread openen omdat er toevallig weer een ander merk van trekker naast de hakselaar rijd.

Conclusie: jouw field crops kunnen dus gemakkelijk in één enkele thread worden neergepoot.
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They are different pics, so I will post them under the appropriate subjects.
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Je verstaat weer niet wat ik wil zeggen he. :-\
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das normaal he Michaël...hij verstaat geen Nederlands:-P
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Real Redpower ( MF);

Where have you sprung from all of a sudden? Are you really from Bahrain or Belgium? You have been a member for a week and all you have basically done is ATTACK ME!

That puts you in breach of your precious FP Code of Conduct doesnt it?

As for you other guys, post some photos of your own instead of attacking others for a change.

These onion photos are NOT related to the other onion photos I have taken, hence they are in a new post.

Saying that all crop photos should be under one thread is like saying that all tractor pics or combine pics should be under one thread. Just as there are differences in farm machines (brands / models, etc), there are differences between farm crops (say, from wheat to potatoes) & within crops (say red onions & brown onions).

That is the relevant point here.
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