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Old 03-28-2019, 06:52 PM   #1
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This will be a 10 acre hill country plot that grows hay every year with sandy loam soil. Pecan orchards all over the area.

Milo or Maze?

When to plant?

Possible fertilizer?

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Old 03-28-2019, 09:40 PM   #2
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Good question, I was thinking sunflowers along the cross fencing. Interested in the responses
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I tried milo one year and got a good crop but had a horrible time getting seed to turn loose. If not sunflowers I like brown top for early season and pearl head for mid to late. I always plant first of may
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Iím going to be planting my first dove plot this year as well. Following for tips
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Old 03-28-2019, 10:39 PM   #5
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I tried milo one year and got a good crop but had a horrible time getting seed to turn loose. If not sunflowers I like brown top for early season and pearl head for mid to late. I always plant first of may


I had a really good Milo field one time. Had planned on shredding strips in it once a week. Hogs did it for me in one night. Leveled 5 acres


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Old 03-29-2019, 06:07 AM   #6
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Dove Proso Millet mixed with sunflower, needs planted soon. Shred rows through the field before season. Sorghum works too but it takes to long to mature and wont release the seeds in September. I aint done a dove plot in a long time, dont plant no corn as them hogs will visit it quite often.
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Old 03-29-2019, 08:05 AM   #8
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I’ve read the hardcore dove guys in here say to get your sunflowers in around Mother’s Day. We planted 7 acres of milo and sunflower and the deer wiped it all out when it got to about 1.5’ tall.
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Old 03-29-2019, 09:42 AM   #9
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Sunflowers are great but deer can wipe out a 10 acre filed if population is high. Brown top is very easy to grow with short time to maturity. Fairly drought tolerant. Proso also easy to grow.
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Gonna plant a plot of Sesame this year and see how it goes. My uncle had a huge Sesame field in Uvalde years ago and the amount of birds was insane. Supposedly, deer, hogs and others aren't fans of eating sesame plants...We shall see how it goes.
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JD, you mention planting on an area that is typically hay pasture. You will want and need to have bare dirt underneath any crop you plant if you want to maximize your dove attraction. Do you have a way of spraying the field before planting? Gly at the very least after discing and before planting. Even better if you use pre emergent or post. For milo you can do post emergent using prowl h2o which is pendimethalin after milo is a certain height. For clearfield sunflowers you can use Beyond which treats broadleaf and grass or a clethodim product like Poast which only kills grass. If you plant say milo and the old hayfield sprouts up crabgrass, Johnson grass, etc it will be a losing battle and will never attract birds like bare ground underneath could. For the sesame growers, beware of the standard non shattering varieties that are available every where. Have planted last 2 years and dissapointed. Most seeds still in pods and never burst open. Get a shattering variety like Blanco, Margo, Dulce and you will have a constant supply hitting the ground for the dove. If you have the ability to plant any of the crops in rows then so much the better as its easier to spray and keep bare ground underneath open. If you have to broadcast that is fine but don't get carried away putting out too much. Plants will compete for limited moisture in the summer and not have good seed production if too thick. For a big 10 ac field like you want to do I think milo would be great and bush hog strips throughout the season. Whatever you decide to plant good luck and have much sucess
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Gonna plant a plot of Sesame this year and see how it goes. My uncle had a huge Sesame field in Uvalde years ago and the amount of birds was insane. Supposedly, deer, hogs and others aren't fans of eating sesame plants...We shall see how it goes.


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Old 03-30-2019, 04:17 PM   #13
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I have a field I'm going to plant this year and have been trying to decide what and when. I'm wanting to do sunflowers, but I'm worried about the deer eating them. That's good information on the Sesame varieties. I may do that, even though the seed is way more expensive.
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I have a field I'm going to plant this year and have been trying to decide what and when. I'm wanting to do sunflowers, but I'm worried about the deer eating them. That's good information on the Sesame varieties. I may do that, even though the seed is way more expensive.
$6/lb I paid for shattering but 5 lbs does an ac. Good point on deer and sunflowers. Yes they will hammer them. First 2 years I electric fenced them because of cows. Last year no cows so I didn't put up fence all the bloom heads were gone in a week
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$6/lb I paid for shattering but 5 lbs does an ac. Good point on deer and sunflowers. Yes they will hammer them. First 2 years I electric fenced them because of cows. Last year no cows so I didn't put up fence all the bloom heads were gone in a week
Got a source for shattering varieties? Appreciate the info!
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Old 03-31-2019, 11:17 PM   #16
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Discing ours up this week

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Be ready for septemtnber
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JD, you mention planting on an area that is typically hay pasture. You will want and need to have bare dirt underneath any crop you plant if you want to maximize your dove attraction. Do you have a way of spraying the field before planting? Gly at the very least after discing and before planting. Even better if you use pre emergent or post. For milo you can do post emergent using prowl h2o which is pendimethalin after milo is a certain height. For clearfield sunflowers you can use Beyond which treats broadleaf and grass or a clethodim product like Poast which only kills grass. If you plant say milo and the old hayfield sprouts up crabgrass, Johnson grass, etc it will be a losing battle and will never attract birds like bare ground underneath could. For the sesame growers, beware of the standard non shattering varieties that are available every where. Have planted last 2 years and dissapointed. Most seeds still in pods and never burst open. Get a shattering variety like Blanco, Margo, Dulce and you will have a constant supply hitting the ground for the dove. If you have the ability to plant any of the crops in rows then so much the better as its easier to spray and keep bare ground underneath open. If you have to broadcast that is fine but don't get carried away putting out too much. Plants will compete for limited moisture in the summer and not have good seed production if too thick. For a big 10 ac field like you want to do I think milo would be great and bush hog strips throughout the season. Whatever you decide to plant good luck and have much sucess
Great information here.
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Yessir, no problem.

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Old 04-01-2019, 08:49 AM   #19
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I called Douglas King seed in San Antonio, because they would be closer, and they do not have sesame in stock and don't expect any until about June.
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Old 04-01-2019, 08:54 AM   #20
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Pogue does have sesame in stock and it's the shattering type.
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Old 04-01-2019, 08:58 AM   #21
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Planted for dove in Washington county, near the lake. The deer kept my sunflowers and milo eaten back to about 3/4Ē above ground. Waste of time and money.
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Old 04-01-2019, 12:16 PM   #22
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More about sesame:
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Itís hog-proof, deer-proof, cattle donít like it, horses wonít eat it ó and it doesnít appeal to sheep either. Disease pressure is infrequent and yield potential is good with as little as 12 inches of water.
https://www.farmprogress.com/grains/...-texas-farmers
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I ground planted a bunch of dove over the years... haven't seen one iota of growth from any of them...
Must be wrong climate.
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I’ve heard good things about sinsemilla or sesame both
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Old 04-01-2019, 03:58 PM   #25
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By a couple of tons of milo before season, broadcast it a week to 10 days before hunting.... sit back and get ready....that's how we do it anyway
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Old 04-01-2019, 04:47 PM   #26
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In Mexico?
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Old 04-01-2019, 04:49 PM   #27
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Old 04-01-2019, 06:48 PM   #28
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Non Shattering isn’t the end of the world, just shred a little Every so often, those plants have boat loads of seed.

Also, Sesaco in Austin will sell you a 50 lb bag for $350. It is non shattering.
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Anyone near Luling who has the equipment to shred and seed drill? We have a working tractor and disc, but no working shredder or seed drill.
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Old 04-03-2019, 09:40 AM   #30
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Best dove hunts I’ve been on in recent years have been on a freshly harvested Sesame field. Not sure on the timing, though, as those hunts were during the after-Christmas part of the season.
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Old 04-03-2019, 10:03 AM   #31
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Old 04-03-2019, 10:04 AM   #32
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I've never planted Milo. Does anyone know who much of an area a 50 lb bag will cover?
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Old 04-03-2019, 10:27 AM   #33
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Lol... yes sir US Fish and Game wouldn't be happy .

I still remember one year coming back from an epic dove hunt across the river.

I was crossing in Laredo pulling my 4 wheeler behind me, obviously a hunter. I got the green light to go ahead after talking to the BP agent at the bridge but as I was rolling by the sub-station this little long hair blonde came running out and made me pull over.

Ima tell ya right now son she was some kind of hot, had her little pink boots on and flashy belt to go along with that US Fish and game uniform

Once I saw her kinda smiled knowing I'd get to chit chat with her.... but amigo as soon as she opened her mouth she was all business.... and rude.... I bet she was all of 23 and obviously at the time a fresh graduate from who knows where shoved down to Laredo Tx to watch for illegal game being brought into the US I guess?

As she walked up to my truck, she glanced at my 4 wheeler. It had a pocket on the side of it and she put her hand in it and pulled out a single dove feather. Obviously I was throwing a few in there.

As soon as she pulls the feather out I see her face get RED!

Conversation went something like this....
Sir were you hunting?
Yes mam I was.
What?
Doves.
Where is your gun?
At the ranch.
Where is your license to hunt doves?
At the ranch.
Do you have any doves with you?
No mam we ate them all

By this point she's super hot..

Sir how many doves did you kill over there?
Hmmm let me think.... probably about a thousand...

She almost comes unglued...

Rips my truck apart looking for what I don't know? Maybe doves?

Obviously she doesn't find anything.

I ask her... mam have I done something wrong?

She said " nothing I can prove " as she walked off... and have a good day!

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Old 04-03-2019, 10:29 AM   #34
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Anyone ever try millet?
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Old 04-03-2019, 10:40 AM   #35
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Farmer that lives next to me did. He just ran over it with a disc a few weeks before season, it was good hunting.
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Iíve tried brown top and pearl head. Both did great. Brown too does good early and pearl head did great mid to late season
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Old 04-03-2019, 12:00 PM   #37
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look at sorghum. it does great
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Old 04-03-2019, 03:38 PM   #38
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Anybody know of any where to get sesame seed in north texas?


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Old 04-03-2019, 03:47 PM   #39
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Not sure when to plant but we always hunted over maize growing up and did great.
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Scratched up the ground last Sunday (hard blackland bottom-type). Got 1.5 inch rain today at the place. Gonna disk again on Thursday, hopefully. Supposed to rain a little again on Saturday.
Planning on planting sesame on May 9. Supposed to be 120 days to maturity, 150 'til it's dried out completely. Hoping that will work. It will be 129 days on opening weekend, South Zone.
Going to spray Dual Magnum after planting as a pre-emergent herbicide. Maybe spray Poast after it's up, if grass is growing.

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Old 04-10-2019, 09:29 AM   #41
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Pogue is out of sesame....any idea where to get a shattering variety online or somewhere else around San Antonio?
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Old 04-10-2019, 11:28 AM   #42
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Old 04-10-2019, 12:56 PM   #43
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Dammit! I was going Friday!
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Pogue is out of sesame....any idea where to get a shattering variety online or somewhere else around San Antonio?
I called and got 50# bought. They are now down to 27#, according to the salesman.
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I tried Atkison in Comfort and they did not have any, but were tying to get some. Might call them.
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Some of the best Dove hunting I've ever seen has been over a recently shredded field.
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Old 04-10-2019, 02:49 PM   #47
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I called and got 50# bought. They are now down to 27#, according to the salesman.
Who did you speak to and what variety did they have? The lady I talked to this morning said they were all out of sesame.
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Old 04-10-2019, 03:00 PM   #48
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I always heard you couldn't plant and disc under or shred it had to be harvested by normal farming practices ? I did have it wrong or has the law changed ?
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Planted for dove in Washington county, near the lake. The deer kept my sunflowers and milo eaten back to about 3/4Ē above ground. Waste of time and money.
Thanks, you just saved me some money!
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Who did you speak to and what variety did they have? The lady I talked to this morning said they were all out of sesame.
A guy. I didn't get his name, but I spoke to him previously. He didn't know the variety, but said that it was shattering type. I also spoke to a woman before spoke to this guy last time I called. She didn't know anything really about the sesame seed other than they had it. She didn't know anything about the shattering aspect of it.
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