And for the record, I am between Macon and Columbus (south east of you?) and I will be planting a 1/2 acre strip of turnips and radish this weekend. Soil temp's are mid 70's, but there is rain in the forecast and night time temperatures head down into the 60's. The balance of my plots will be planted in 3-4 weeks.
And just a thought ...... you can plant your radish now and wait until there is cooler temperatures to plant you clover(s). Clover is such a tiny seed you can broadcast right over top your radish, when soil temperatures are a little more to the liking of clover. You can broadcast wheat, at that same time too, since wheat will germinate anywhere. Maybe October first?
If you do that, just don't go hog wild on the radish seeding rate. Maybe 5-7 pounds to the acre?
I believe Mid-Grain has 0-20-20, but for the last couple of years, when I broadcast fertilizer over top, I have been using 8-24-24 that Woodbury has.
Broadcasting on top, I do favor and lose some of the Nitrogen, which is fine, but (I believe), there is no filler in 8-24-24, so I get the best of the P&K. I still battle grass every year, so what the heck, what's a little nitrogen?
Moss & sons in Pine Mountain has 8-24-24 as well and I agree on the grass. I thought I had killed it dead as a dead pig in the sunshine last year but it made a miraculous recovery in the intervening time period. So did the milk thistle.
Starting to sprout. I think I need to put just a little more seed out. What do you fellas think. From the ground it looks like it’s a putting green, from the tree it looks a little thin. I should’ve took a from the ground pic but was in a hurry to get up the tree.