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Planting Potatoes

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Published on Jun 6, 2010

Planting potatoes in a market garden with a 1950 Allis Chalmers model G tractor and Bradley potato planter that was sold by Sears Roebuck and Co.

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Wroblewski Farms
Would you sell the planter
santosh patel
nice
This and That with Chris
Neat to see, thanks!
mike kasowski
one fine job your allis g is a gem
NARENDAR SINGH
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mrLumen2
Ото таке, синку... а ти в Європу... та все в Європу пнешся.
Manuel Hernández
huskyjerk
But it looks like you already have a potato.  You don't plant seeds?  You plant, instead, a mature potato?
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Rich Yang
where can I get one?
BOLEN G 14
Very educational!

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