$270,000?Rain started her a couple of hours ago and stopped Canola harvest. We got about 270 t off in the last two days.
To start the day this morning I had a load of lime delivered. I did not tell the driver about the power line and he did not see it. Tipped up into it. Big flash and the line snapped. No damage to the truck and he has been back today with a load of Gypsum. Took almost 6 hours to get the power line back up.
It is, it's also harder to see the effects of different management, harder to test things in some respects, when they don't occur to you "as having much effect"I never said it was easy, but if it was too easy it’d be boring & no reward
See, I did say that you “get” itIt is, it's also harder to see the effects of different management, harder to test things in some respects, when they don't occur to you "as having much effect"
hence my considerable interest in "what's harder" in order to progress my learning
That's proper science, always keeping doubts present, that you're wrong, that you're headed the wrong directionSee, I did say that you “get” it
that’s why we can’t just sit back & do the same thing every year, safe in the knowledge that no matter how much we f**k up our soils or destroy groundcover, that it will rain in time & make up for poor crop establishment or lack of stored soil moisture
that is why we are always questioning & changing our management, trying to adapt & remain flexible regardless of the situation
Love the caption
Shame it would carry disease over, alot of our winter grazing was the result of grass doing exactly that, thanks to having it all shut up for months.
Nature doing what nature does.....
Adapting to conditions.