OK, try this now. I may not have had link sharing on.
Let me know if it does or doesn't work. I am still learning some of this
Google stuff. Thanks...
geo - n4ua
On Wed, Dec 10, 2014 at 10:34 PM, <email@example.com> wrote:
> Bad link? I get:
> "The open folder can no longer be viewed.
> The folder that you were viewing no longer exists or you no longer have
> permission to access it. You have been moved to My Drive."
> Charlie, N0TT
> On Wed, 10 Dec 2014 17:55:12 -0500 George Dubovsky <firstname.lastname@example.org>
> > This is the radial plow I used to put in 60 radials under my
> > full-size 160
> > vertical. It was originally an ag implement called a middle-buster,
> > and it
> > was originally built by W4PK and improved by me. It goes through
> > most
> > roots, and it dislodges small rocks but can't do a thing with really
> > big
> > rocks. I used a compact diesel tractor, but it could be adapted to
> > anything
> > that has 10-20 HP.
> > <
> > >
> > It takes about 60 seconds for one person to put down one 150 foot
> > radial.
> > The small slit in the ground disappears in a day or so.
> > 73,
> > geo - n4ua
> > On Wed, Dec 10, 2014 at 5:30 PM, Bill and Liz <email@example.com> wrote:
> > > I recall that Home Depot had a small walk-behind trencher for
> > doing
> > > sprinkler lines. It rented for about $85 per day (this was 5
> > years or so
> > > ago) and I figured that I could do perhaps 40 radials 100+ ft in
> > length in
> > > a full day as long as I did not run into rocks. The best deal
> > turned out
> > > to be renting it from Friday evening until Sunday evening for
> > $125. As it
> > > turned out, the store which had it stopped renting it a couple of
> > weeks
> > > before I wanted it so I ended up laying the radials on the ground
> > and
> > > scraping buckets of topsoil off the plowed field to cover them.
> > I'm sure
> > > there are lots of places which rent small trenchers and vibrating
> > plows for
> > > the DIY crowd. For those who might be interested in doing what I
> > did and
> > > cover the wire with earth, it took about 5 cu yds of soil and a
> > LOT of
> > > shovelling to cover 64 radials varying in length from 75 ft to 130
> > ft 2"
> > > deep and perhaps a foot wide.
> > >
> > > Bill VE3NH
> > >
> > >
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