Just trying to make life easier. No problem putting stuff up, just watch the weather and try to plan ahead. Good rainy day jobs. Potatoes will likely be donated to local food banks.Man , you are big time watch out Jolley green giant , are you able to find help putting stuff up .
If you use a tiller to work ground, and cultivate, I highly suggest an old David Bradley like in this picture. They can be bought fairly cheap. Easy to repower if it's just a rolling chassis with a 3 hp engine. I've been buying sidewalk edger's that look to be in decent shape, with low hours to repower. Or, a small Predator engine from HF. Way faster to cultivate with than a tiller. I have bought them for as little as $35, with cultivators, but non runner, just needs some tinkering. And, runners for $100. Great little tractors that have high clearance. Sure saves lots of hoeing..!!I'd love to expand my garden. Right now it's 30x30, which is big enough to be a lot of work, but too small to really be able to utilize a tractor.