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Old 02-14-2018, 05:14 PM
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whats everybody plant this spring for summer plot?
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Millet and Sunn Hemp
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Old 02-14-2018, 06:38 PM
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Soybeans
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Hopefully maintaining my clover planted in the fall
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Old 02-14-2018, 09:28 PM
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Cowpeas, buckwheat ,sorghum and Egyptian Wheat. Makes a mess of deer food behind electric fence.
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Buckwheat,lab lab,sun hemp,sun flowers, and clover. Maybe chicory. Some will be mixed into one plot and other may not make mixed
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Buckwheat, I & C Cowpeas and Sunn Hemp
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We wonít do any summer plots but I overseeded all of our plots that we planted in brassica last year with some leftover clover seed yesterday, they looked like they had been plowed from the deer digging up the bulbs and eating them! Itís definitely not prime time to plant clover but want to keep the ground covered all year if possible.
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Old 02-18-2018, 05:57 PM
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Mix of Sunn Hemp, peas, beans, sunflower
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Taking care of about 16 acres of Imperial Whitetail clover that is SMOKIN'!!!
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I'm hanging with my Durana and my 3 clover blend!
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Hopefully managing my 12 acres of throw n mow Durana chicory and WI clover that came up outstanding, liming and preparing new areas for the same thing this fall these areas will get alyce clover sunnhemp buckwheat mixes this summer then gly sprayed last of august then planted in mid to late sep with clover/grain/radish mix for hopefully 4-5 more acres
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