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Old 01-26-2008, 02:22 PM
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Here's all the proof anyone should need that deer like Sweet Spot. They are keeping that rye grass mowed pretty well.

I have plenty of photos that also demonstrate that they're either used to the camera or like the Sweet Spot so well that you just can't hardly run 'em outta the plot. In fact, 61 pictures in 8 days from this camera, all of deer in this plot.
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Old 01-26-2008, 03:46 PM
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very nice !!
I wish we had some kind of side by side comparison !
We just got back from the hunting land, and they are eating the plots down like crazy.
Food is very scarce now i believe.
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Old 01-26-2008, 04:36 PM
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our plots look like lil match sticks stickin up ..where the greenery was is now just a nubbery..............
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Old 01-26-2008, 04:48 PM
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Lookin good Gene.
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Do y'all have exclosures on your plots?
we should, but Like big dummies we dont
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Old 01-27-2008, 07:33 AM
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very nice !!
I wish we had some kind of side by side comparison !
We just got back from the hunting land, and they are eating the plots down like crazy.
Food is very scarce now i believe.
One of the reasons for planting this little plot was to keep them outta my wife's shrubs.
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Dang Dutch, it sure looks like they love it. I have been trying to find a dealer here in GA that carries their seed but haven't had any luck. Do you know of any? I emailed Sucra Seed yesterday asking about dealers. I would like to try a little of it this year to see how it does.
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Old 01-27-2008, 09:50 AM
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Where can you get the seed? I would like to try it, but the closest place the website listed was in SC.

Is it a rye grass that woul take over or could you plant it 1/2 and 1/2 with something else?
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Old 01-27-2008, 11:07 AM
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Beautiful Dutch, those deer look to be in great shape for this time of year
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Beautiful Dutch, those deer look to be in great shape for this time of year
Plump and tasty

Look at the closest deer in the bottom photo looks like arrow bulls eye on it's shoulder
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One of the reasons for planting this little plot was to keep them outta my wife's shrubs.
I've got a little seed, so I'm thinking i'm going to plant a late winter, early spring spot.
I also need to get and learn how to use one of those cameras. I could get hooked on that!!!!!
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We're working on it. May have some dealers around here by Fall.
For those that don't want to wait,go to Amazon.com and type in Sweet Spot and you can buy it there...............
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Old 01-27-2008, 09:38 PM
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We're working on it. May have some dealers around here by Fall.
What is this "we" stuff, pale face?
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Old 01-27-2008, 09:39 PM
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Where can you get the seed? I would like to try it, but the closest place the website listed was in SC.

Is it a rye grass that woul take over or could you plant it 1/2 and 1/2 with something else?
It's a mix. And the rye grass is different than the rye grass we're used to, or so they say.
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Price is going to have to drop some before anyone can use it for large plots. Right now it's higher than just about any seed on the market for the coverage you get.
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Old 01-28-2008, 12:21 PM
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Awesome looking plot Dutch. When was it planted? Hope the deer don't eat it down to close. It will be very interesting to see how it does when the heat and humidity turn up down there. By the way, Athens Seed in Watkinsville, GA will have Sweet Spot in inventory in a few weeks.
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Swarm will Deasons carry it again?
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Not sure if Deasons will have it or not Flash. They won't have it cheap like they did last Fall that's for sure. Turns out that was a pricing error.
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Not sure if Deasons will have it or not Flash. They won't have it cheap like they did last Fall that's for sure. Turns out that was a pricing error.
I want about 10 bags of the pricing error variety
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Awesome looking plot Dutch. When was it planted? Hope the deer don't eat it down to close. It will be very interesting to see how it does when the heat and humidity turn up down there. By the way, Athens Seed in Watkinsville, GA will have Sweet Spot in inventory in a few weeks.
Planted the Saturday after Thanksgiving.
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Kammermeyer and I have been in direct contact with the company trying to get dealers signed on down here.
'Bout what I figured. Since Kammermeyer's endorsement shows up on their website, I reckon' he should be able to help. Not sure about you, though...

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By myself I wouldn't be able to do anything. It works because I have land to test the stuff. Kent don't.
Sounds like a good set-up. For the both of you.
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Old 01-30-2008, 01:17 PM
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What time of year do you plant Spring plots down there? What date would you normally be past frost danger? Anyone ever planted any balansa clover in plots? I hear it has a very attractive fragrance whihc deer might like.
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Never heard of balansa, is it an ann or per?
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Balansa is a cool season annual clover.
But I don't want the deer to smell my clover, I want em to eat it.
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