To make a success of farming requires a disciplined work schedule, yet the weather, broken implements, punctures, and many other factors can intervene, causing unplanned delays.
As a result, it’s tempting to take shortcuts, but these can ultimately cause more problems. For example, the plants might arrive from the seedling grower as scheduled, but in the meantime, the rain has fallen! If you press ahead and prepare the land when the soil is still too moist, you could end up damaging the soil structure and harming the planted crop.
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November 6, 2020