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[Cob] To tiller or not to tiller

Yun Que yunk88 at
Thu May 15 16:05:46 CDT 2008

Cat here.  
Try a test with both and make some small project...a seat or wall...when it is dry stress test both and see which one you would rather have holding the roof over your head.
No leaders, No followers!  CAT> Date: Thu, 15 May 2008 15:45:31 -0500> From: h_anpyp at> To: coblist at> Subject: [Cob] To tiller or not to tiller> > Thank-you all for your input on the roto-tiller. I was wondering, however, that if the straw is chopped-up (to avoid becoming tangled in the tiller's tines) would that not mean less overall strength? As I understand it, the cobs are "integrated" into eachother by the straw fibers meshing when a rod is used to push holes into them, but this effect should be reduced as the fibers become shorter. Am open to any thoughts.> > Ma'a salama.> > Mitch> > > ---------------------------------> > Yahoo! Deportes Beta> ¡No te pierdas lo último sobre el torneo clausura 2008!> Entérate aquí> _______________________________________________> Coblist mailing list> Coblist at>
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