Originally Posted by dejarma
So you do agree that the tram lines are for tractors etc to go in & out of the crop:
That is one reason for them, yes.
so how does a tractor enter and exit that field without disturbing the crop along the borders where there are no tram lines???
Because we cannot see the entire field...there could be tram lines on one of the other sides....I doubt it though.
Some crops do not require further attention and tram lines would have then been used for other purposes.....as a guide when planting, for instance.
I only pointed out how in this particular CC the tram lines did not extend to the edge of the field (as most do). So I merely wondered how the people who supposedly made this design got in and out without damaging the border plants and leaving signs of entry and exit routes.
I didn't intend for my observation to turn into a lesson on farming!!!
Please google...tram lines in farming and farming 101!!!!