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Old 06-11-2017, 12:06 PM   #201
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My wife told me that she wanted to plant some Texas wildflowers near one me feeders. I told her no.
She spit her Copenhagen out and yelled at me, said I was gonna plant them or she would hurt me.......


We got some right nice flowers dont we.

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Old 06-11-2017, 12:16 PM   #202
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;Yes you do. Ice on that twisted arm will make it feel better.
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I walked into a mess of Bull Nettles yesterday evening when I was wearing shorts. Dang leg swelled up and is sore today.
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Old 06-11-2017, 07:05 PM   #204
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I walked into a mess of Bull Nettles yesterday evening when I was wearing shorts. Dang leg swelled up and is sore today.
When I was a kid, we had lots of bull nettles on that sandy farm in Anderson Co. We always peed on the welts, it took the sting right out. Or, you could borrow some Copenhagen from your wife. Fresh chewed is best. That's what I use for wasp stings and such.
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Old 06-11-2017, 07:35 PM   #205
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Lol, she only chews when she is cutting wood or welding.

If she knew I put that out there I would experience pain much worse than Bull Nettles.
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My wife told me that she wanted to plant some Texas wildflowers near one me feeders. I told her no.
She spit her Copenhagen out and yelled at me, said I was gonna plant them or she would hurt me.......


We got some right nice flowers dont we.

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Old 06-11-2017, 08:01 PM   #207
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Lol, she only chews when she is cutting wood or welding.

If she knew I put that out there I would experience pain much worse than Bull Nettles.
Uh-huh, we may get a little blackmail going on here. Post up some pics of those big bucks so we can see which one we want to come and hunt
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Old 06-11-2017, 09:14 PM   #208
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I got nothing but nags and pups. I will just plead insanity and throw myself to the mercy of the courts.

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Old 06-12-2017, 07:53 AM   #209
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I got nothing but nags and pups. I will just plead insanity and throw myself to the mercy of the courts.
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Well, I checked on my peas in Trinity Co. today, and I'm a little disappointed in the growth. These peas have been planted at least three weeks and are definitely not doing as well as I think they should be. Maybe I'm expecting too much as it was pretty dry when I planted and didn't get much rain on them for several days after. They are up into the " deer can't destroy them " stage though.......I hope.
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Deer are definitely working on them. Got a little grass in them too, more in other ateas not in this pic. I see Clethodim in my future !
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Old 06-15-2017, 04:45 PM   #212
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Oh.....checked the cams on my minerals too. One didn't have an sd card in it and the other was turned off. I am somewhere between stupid and senile........
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Old 06-17-2017, 06:49 AM   #213
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Old 06-17-2017, 06:50 AM   #214
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Been busy working for money and not for fun. I see if I can post a few this weekend.
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Old 06-17-2017, 06:53 AM   #215
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Got lots of them

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Old 06-17-2017, 07:03 AM   #216
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The new plot has some big patches of Pricklys in it. I got em kilt. I put the pics in order as I had first sprayed, then a pic at two weeks and now four weeks. At this stage they can be shredded or scraped as the life is gone and they wont come back. Got to git to the main root, then I will spray it and wait four weeks.

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Old 06-17-2017, 08:41 AM   #217
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Radar, what did you spray em with?
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Old 06-17-2017, 09:17 AM   #218
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1 quart Remedy Ultra and 3 quarts diesel fuel. This mix will kill anything, be careful around trees and don't spray on windy days.

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Old 06-17-2017, 11:53 AM   #219
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Not as much deer pressure on this plot at my house. The subflowers are actually starting to head out. You can see the ones that do get eaten get eaten all the way to the stalk. Just Milo and sunflowers over here


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Old 06-17-2017, 02:34 PM   #220
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You killed that pear dead ! I wish I had some grapes. Seems like E Tex used to be covered in them when I was a kid, we ate them like candy, but I hardly ever see any now. I do have one mature mulberry tree on my Rusk Co. place, and it usually makes, but they're gone in a flash. Coons, squirrells, possums I suspect. What few hit the ground the deer and hogs vacuum up. I had a mix with flowers in it a couple years, but there was sorghum in it too, and the hogs wouldn't let it alone. I hate frickin hogs !
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Old 06-20-2017, 07:26 PM   #221
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Down at the place yesterday getting ready to do a little work. Checked my pea patch. These peas are knee high !
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Old 06-20-2017, 07:29 PM   #222
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With the rain we have coming, (maybe), these should carry into at least August. This bottom is pretty wet natured and probably grows the best legumes of any plot I have.
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I scrapped away the dead pricklys and this is what's left.

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With the extreme heat we have been getting, the sunflowers start to fade away. The partridge peas are kicking in now.

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Old 06-23-2017, 04:38 PM   #225
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We have Hickory nuts coming on now. I ain't got a pic of them yet
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Radar, forgive me for stating the obvious, but you need some rain !
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Yes, we need rain here. 4 days of over a 100 degrees out of 7. Weather liar says pop up thunderstorms for the next 4 days. The peas are doing fine, but them old big sunflowers starting to droop.

Now you know why I plant in early March.

I am sitting on tree stand now, and it's plumb miserable.
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Good luck !
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They is a doe in that pic,can you find her?

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Peas are doing good and deer are hitting them better than they ever have
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Well we got plenty of rain and with the soil all loose brings in the hogs. I lost about two acres of plot to the hogs and will probably lose it all by the end July. Once the peas start getting pods the hogs will hammer them and destroy the soil. I have never had a summer plot make to August. I have been hearing good things about Sunn Hemp, so that maybe my next trial.

Them old hogs are smart they will start rooting in the middle of the fields to provide their selves cover.Attachment 859787

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Peas are doing good and deer are hitting them better than they ever have
BT, those peas are really looking good ! It seems to me that iron clay peas are about the right balance for expense/use/nutrition.


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Well we got plenty of rain and with the soil all loose brings in the hogs. I lost about two acres of plot to the hogs and will probably lose it all by the end July. Once the peas start getting pods the hogs will hammer them and destroy the soil. I have never had a summer plot make to August. I have been hearing good things about Sunn Hemp, so that maybe my next trial.



Them old hogs are smart they will start rooting in the middle of the fields to provide their selves cover.Attachment 859787

I've never had much rooting in my plots, thank goodness. That would just about send me over the top. I despise hogs as it is, and if they rooted my plots up, I'd be looking for some dynamite ! I'm glad you finally got rain Radar.
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I have two plots they root every year and two they pass thru. I have never figgered why they leave two plots alone and destroy two.
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I have two plots they root every year and two they pass thru. I have never figgered why they leave two plots alone and destroy two.
I have that myself, but I don't grow anything there anymore. I have a 40'/60' perimeter cleared around my Rusk Co. property and the East line and South line are favorite rooting places in the creek bottoms. It's so bad, I have to mow it in 1st gear sometimes, then I disc it up to smooth it out. They're not very long, 150 yards or so, but it's aggravating as hell when it looks like bomb craters.

Either place would make a fine wheat plot for the fall, even though they're on my line, across the fence in both places is a jungle. Both neighbors clearcut, one about 7 years ago, the other 2 years ago. Nobody even hunts those properties now, so I wouldn't have a problem with a stand there, except I know the hogs would destroy them.
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I have a seed mix for this fall I got from El gato. I really think Sunn Hemp will be my next trial for next year. This time of the year is bad for hogs in my area and my biologist has told me several times that it is an epidemic. There was a write up in the local paper about how the local creeks have tested positive for E-Coli and was traced back to the hogs.
I would say once the water is contaminated through out the state, things will change.
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I have a seed mix for this fall I got from El gato. I really think Sunn Hemp will be my next trial for next year. This time of the year is bad for hogs in my area and my biologist has told me several times that it is an epidemic. There was a write up in the local paper about how the local creeks have tested positive for E-Coli and was traced back to the hogs.
I would say once the water is contaminated through out the state, things will change.
I probably need to break out of the harness too, and try something else. I've planted other stuff in the past. But not sunn hemp or buckwheat. Those are a couple things I'd like to try in Trinity Co. to help build the soil in my kill plot. I've only a limited amount of acreage I can hunt or plant there, but that's where the biggest bucks are, and I'm afraid of a crop failure. I guess it wouldn't matter much if a spring crop failed though, so I may try something else there next spring.
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I finally got a pic of a group of bachelor bucks on one of my blocks. One of them looks like he might be a candidate !


PS. There are three bucks in this pic.....
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I don't believe I have ever seen IC peas grow this tall. We don't have a heavy deer density on this place, but with the recent timber harvest and these food plots, I think we will see more and more deer in the years ahead. When I got on this lease, we had about three different bucks on camera until the rut, then we got a few different bucks but they didn't hang out long. We got very few pics of does. I think it was the browse and cover, or lack of it. Lots of pine trees and very little browse or thick cover. The timber was thinned on part of it in 2016 and some more this year. Next year the rest of it will probably be thinned. We're lucky in that this property can be cut when others are too wet, so they've thinned both times in late winter/early spring. I've not even pointed an arrow at a deer here yet, but it's close to the house and my best friend and his grown son both hunt here.

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That's my bride, she's 5'7" ! You can see the peas eaten down in the foreground. As I was standing, there's a mineral block directly behind me. The deer are going straight to the peas from the block and vice versa.
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Yesterday I had about 6 acres of virgin ground plowed and planted with browntop millet. Hopefully it's ready for dove season as the timing is cutting it close.

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Dang Drycreek! Those peas are awesome! I should have re-tilled and re-planted the first of June. Native grasses took over my plots for the most part, but some stuff came up. The deer are in it every day. The strange thing is, I've got some millets and milo coming up from last years spring plot. I don't spray.
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Yesterday I had about 6 acres of virgin ground plowed and planted with browntop millet. Hopefully it's ready for dove season as the timing is cutting it close.

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Looks like this now...



That should be a fantastic dove plot !
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Dang Drycreek! Those peas are awesome! I should have re-tilled and re-planted the first of June. Native grasses took over my plots for the most part, but some stuff came up. The deer are in it every day. The strange thing is, I've got some millets and milo coming up from last years spring plot. I don't spray.
The peas on my other places are good, but nothing like these. Not enough deer for the groceries I guess.
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That's the plan. I'm trying to decide what I do to it for the Fall. I have two huge wheat fields to my North and South fence. So not sure what I'm going to do if anything. I have read the deer will eat the millet too.

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I think I might plant some forage oats, either from Buck Forage Oats or Whitetail Institute. It would at least be something different.
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Man, yall have some nice plots! I cant see my beans for the grass...deer are eating the beans, just the grass is so high.
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This is what I was thinking, be different with oats. I'll have to check the budget come early Fall. Getting started on a new property is expensive!
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This is what I was thinking, be different with oats. I'll have to check the budget come early Fall. Getting started on a new property is expensive!
You might want to plant some milo if you don't have too many hogs. Deer will eat the heads when they get ripe. Good for doves too. I'm not too sure about the timing on that though, as I've only planted it in a spring mix.
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Man, yall have some nice plots! I cant see my beans for the grass...deer are eating the beans, just the grass is so high.
Thanks ! Not all is lovely in my plots though. About half of a fairly large plot had a pig-weed infestation that I just couldn't take any longer, so I mowed it yesterday. I think I got it before the seeds are viable. I'm gonna disc this crap under, wait until it starts growing again, and hit it with gly, and do it as many times as it takes to kill it. This is not a plot we hunt, spring plot only.

As you can see, it was as tall as my tractor cab.
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You weren't worried about hitting any fawns?

And would it not be more advantageous to leave it nutrition wise as opposed to killing the entire plot?
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