> ...suppose some one is trying to get a second crop in after a wheat crop
> this year. At harvest and it was too dry to work the ground. He just
> got a 3 inch rain. What is the best way to get the crop in. He does not
> have enough moisture to work the ground and then plant the crop. He
> has two options. Burn the stubble and plant the crop or plant the crop
> in the stubble as is. I would expect comment about the adverse affects
> of burning the stubble. What I do not want is two weeks of post about the
> evils of burning stubble. I would expect to see a lot of negative comment
> but along with the negative comment I would like to see a practical
> discussed as well.
You might have to burn both the stubble and the negative email. They both ought
to burn OK.
> I am in the process of creating prag-l. You can look the name a practical
> Ag or possibly PRAGmatic Ag:*} I have a dummy running I will talk to
> my ISP about hosting the list tonight. I am working on the mission statement
> right now.
Sounds a little more feasible than putting a muzzle on the other guy or sending
him back to "the reservation", "Africa", or where-ever. I might even join the
damn thing, without getting off sanet (even though I've got a LOT of unread
posts in my mailbox, that I ain't NEVER gonna read).
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