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  1. How to Prepare Seed Potatoes the STC Way

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  2. Planting Potatoes the STC Way.

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  3. Justin Wiley’s “Ruth Stout” Garden Part 2

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  4. Hello Future Gardeners!

    Hello future gardeners!

    Have you ever thought to yourself, “I don’t have the space, time, or equipment to grow a productive garden”? If you have, then trust me you are not alone. Looking at beautiful gardens in books, magazines, and videos can be encouraging, but for the beginning gardener it can make the hope of growing a beautiful garden seem like a daunting and unachievable task. For some of us, we have dismissed the idea of gardening all together because we feel we are unequipped to handle the task, or that we don’t have the time to maintain a garden properly. I hope to dispel some of these ideas in this post and future post. In these post I will be discussing the Ruth Stout method of gardening and how my wife and I have implemented this method on our small parcel of land. It is my prayer that through these post you are encouraged to finally try your hand at gardening.

    The method of gardening we use was invented around 1920 by none other than the “Mulch Queen” herself, Ruth Stout. She realized that by mulching her garden using straw or hay, she limited the amount of feeding, and weeding, she had to do to her garden. Therefore limiting the amount of time and physical labor she had to invest to maintain her garden bed. This is achieved by adding a thick layer of mulch to the soil surface and allowing that mulch to breakdown and become part of the soil structure. Purposefully mulching the soil surface provides the same benefit as fallen leaves do on a forest floor. The mulch provides ground cover to prevent weeds and unwanted grass from growing, it provides brown matter to feed the organisms in the soil, and retains moisture in the summer while providing a warmer root bed in the winter. All of these benefits add up to a garden that is easier to maintain, more productive, and less time consuming for the gardener that does not have the equipment necessary to maintain a traditional row-crop garden.

    For those of y’all who do own a garden tractor, we have multiple implement options that can assist in making growing a garden less laborious, more enjoyable, and more productive. Whether you are operating a truck-patch garden, market garden, or just growing a small garden to provide fresh vegetables for your family, we have the products and know-how to help you succeed. We have several options for row-builders for building the perfect planting bed, cultivators for dealing with those pesky weeds, and planters for saving time and money while planting even the largest of patches. Give us a call today for more information!

    I hope you found this article informative and helpful. If you have any questions, please don’t hesitate to reach out to us by phone at 1-800-333-9143. It is my prayer that God blesses your garden this year.

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  5. Justin Wileys “Ruth Stout" Garden Part 1

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  6. Fall Gardening With Linda Stevens | 2 Week Update and Bucket Gardening

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  7. Fall Gardening with Linda Stevens | Planting Mustards? ...Turnips!

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  8. Universal Equipment Stand Installation

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  9. Customer Spotlight - 1962 Deluxe Massey

    1962 Deluxe Massey - (Just like daddy's)

    "This tractor belonged to my disabled neighbor, Al Rowland. I kept him in veggies and he let me use it for several years. I'm glad he finally decided to sell it to me before he passed, because God needs farmers too. I've owned it 41 of the 52 years its been in service, and I still use it everyday. I restored it with parts from Stevens Tractor. Thanks for the prompt service."

    - Royal Purdee

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  10. Purchase Massey Ferguson Tractor Parts

    At Stevens Tractor Company, we’re your premier supplier of Massey Ferguson tractor parts to meet the needs of your Massey Ferguson tractors, whether they are old, antique, or late model versions. Throughout the United States and around the world, tractors are vital to many types of farming operations. The parts that outfit these machines and make them function properly are crucial as well. We offer an online inventory of parts in a wide range of categories to help you secure the parts you need for your Massey Ferguson tractor. These include parts for the following tractor models:

    Massey Ferguson Tractor Parts for Sale

    The Massey Ferguson brand is associated with a high level of consumer trust as a result of its track record and connection with an important understanding of the farming industry, the land, and the machines and equipment needed to get the job done.

    For more than 150 years, Massey Ferguson has developed experience in the tractor industry and fostered innovation in the development of tractor equipment and parts, many of which we offer for sale at Stevens Tractor Company.

    As a parts supplier of Massey Ferguson tractors, we offer reliable and durable parts and accessories that have been designed, engineered, and thoroughly tested the high level of quality through all stages of development.

    Convenient Shopping and Prompt Shipping

    You can shop for Massey Ferguson brand tractor parts within our large inventory by category. We provide secure and fast shipping that also facilitates safe delivery of your items. As a premier provider among Massey Ferguson brand tractor parts dealers, we understand the necessity of having tractor parts shipped quickly.

    Our team at Stevens Tractor Company, includes technicians who are highly trained to understand our product line from the largest to smallest item. We are your premier source for the exact parts you need for your Massey Ferguson tractor. There is no need to look elsewhere for tractor parts and supplies. We have you covered.

    Give us a call today at 1-800-333-9143 to find out more about the extensive selection of Massey Ferguson tractor parts we offer.

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