Bare Bones Start: Plots on New Ground (updated spraying pics below)

Thanks for kind comments folks.

Yes, it is fun... but it does drive the bill up.

It is a mad rush in late September/ early October to get the plots in and that is the reason I am really interested in solving my recent failures of perennial clovers. Admittedly, I have only done two attempts but I am missing the mark somewhere.

Looking for some of our GON experts to help me solve it.

Good luck this year - to all.

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Where are you located at in S.C.?
 
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Where are you located at in S.C.?
Crak -

Western Bamberg county.

850 acres

About a mile of Little Salkehatchie River frontage, black water swamp, mixed pine / hardwoods, tillable ground for ag (about 175 acres), about 35 acres of plots and some newly planted pines.

Privately owned, face to face.

3 br house and big pole barn. Power and water.
 
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Here is a link that might help you Jim.
Wow! Crakajak, that is amazing.

I am going to need some time to try to digest and understand the data contained in the document.

Thank you very much for taking the time to locate and share.

Great work!!! You are the man!
 
Wow! Crakajak, that is amazing.

I am going to need some time to try to digest and understand the data contained in the document.

Thank you very much for taking the time to locate and share.

Great work!!! You are the man!
We have to understand what we are working with to find the best plan for a successful food plot.after all we are small acreage farmers for wildlife.
 
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Trying to get the lime delivered now.

Spreader needs a few repairs, but what is new?

Sprayer does too but I have the parts for that.

Tractor needs PM and the grille is busted.

Not sure why, but the needed repairs seem to outpace the completed ones.
 
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