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[Cob] Coblist Digest, Vol 7, Issue 45Robert Alcock ralcock at euskalnet.net
Thu Mar 5 00:02:06 PST 2009
> Date: Tue, 3 Mar 2009 12:28:24 -0800 (PST) > From: Mitch Ventura <h_anpyp at yahoo.com> > Subject: [Cob] Rototillers > To: coblist at deatech.com > Message-ID: <893907.81988.qm at web36808.mail.mud.yahoo.com> > Content-Type: text/plain; charset=iso-8859-1 > > Although there is no argument on my part as to the benefits of speed with the rototiller, as?I live in a seismic area I would question having to "chop" straw when using mechanical devices as that would seem to detract a bit of srength from the final product. Not saying that a rototiller produces an inferior cob, but rather it could be limited to more stable environments. Please correct me if I am in error. > ? > Saludos. > ? > Mitch > > > > Mitch, I didn't chop the straw. The extra work of cleaning the straw from the tines every so often is not that onerous - compared to chopping it in the first place. I would have chopped it if it was mixing cob plaster for instance. Robert
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