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Old 04-10-2019, 09:53 AM   #51
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Deer already hitting food plots, they are eating the Sunn Hemp more than the peas. I need more rain.
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Old 04-10-2019, 05:15 PM   #52
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96 degrees here and wind is gusting at 18mph, gonna dry out quick. Strange weather so far.
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Old 04-10-2019, 09:39 PM   #53
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Looks good
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Old 04-10-2019, 09:45 PM   #54
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96 degrees here and wind is gusting at 18mph, gonna dry out quick. Strange weather so far.
You didn't get any rain last weekend ? The creek below my house is running willow to willow.
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Old 04-10-2019, 11:02 PM   #55
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You didn't get any rain last weekend ? The creek below my house is running willow to willow.
Got two inches and cant even tell it rained.

Its so dry, the coons is hauling water to the sweet corn patch.
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Old 04-11-2019, 07:51 AM   #56
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I started a thread in ATC not knowing this one was here. I've got about 1 1/2 acres planted. I will check on it this weekend and see if anything has sprouted yet.






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Old 04-11-2019, 12:16 PM   #57
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I started a thread in ATC not knowing this one was here. I've got about 1 1/2 acres planted. I will check on it this weekend and see if anything has sprouted yet.






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Looks like a good spot with trees on both sides, I dont know how good clover will do in your area but in mine it cant take the hot and dry weather too good. What is in the Super Buck blend?

Food plots is a bad habit, but I like messin with them.
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Old 04-12-2019, 08:51 PM   #58
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I honestly don't know besides clay peas and clover. I've never planted this brand and wanted to give it a try. I haven't had much luck with clover in the spring. I did turnips last fall and they never got palatable for the deer all winter. They never touched them. I planted a 50 lb sac of pintos and the deer loved those.
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Old 04-14-2019, 07:33 AM   #59
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Radar what was you #/acre for your seed when you planted? I think I usually over seed but I went a little closer to recommended this time and I’m just worried my yield is gonna be sparse once it germinates.
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Old 04-14-2019, 09:09 AM   #60
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Radar what was you #/acre for your seed when you planted? I think I usually over seed but I went a little closer to recommended this time and I’m just worried my yield is gonna be sparse once it germinates.
50 pounds Cow peas, 10 pounds Sunn Hemp and 6 pounds Peridovic Sun Flowers. So 66 pounds total per acre, but I am broadcasting the seed and not using a grain drill. Lot of seed goes to waste when broadcasting.

I mix mine in the hopper with a drill and mortar mixing auger, I use scale and make a reference mark on a bucket for 5lbs of each seed. I just fill the bucket to the reference mark and dump it in the hopper.

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That’s what is was worried about, think I went a little lite this go around. I was really rushed on time and was just trying to get some seed in the ground before the rain this weekend. May have to reseed some areas.
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Old 04-14-2019, 09:21 AM   #62
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Thatís what is was worried about, think I went a little lite this go around. I was really rushed on time and was just trying to get some seed in the ground before the rain this weekend. May have to reseed some areas.
It is still early enough to reseed, the doves will find some of it though.
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Old 04-14-2019, 09:27 AM   #63
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I broadcast as well then use my disk plow over it. I set it where the disks are only touching the soil about 1-2” just to stir the soil and cover everything. My soil is pretty sandy.
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Old 04-14-2019, 09:28 AM   #64
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I did about 50# of spring plot mix and about 20# of sunflowers for about 2 acres.
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Old 04-14-2019, 10:02 AM   #65
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I did about 50# of spring plot mix and about 20# of sunflowers for about 2 acres.
I would just go buy a 50 pound bag of Iron Clay Peas and reseed on top of what you already planted. If you got germination now, I dont think I would disc it up.
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50 pounds Cow peas, 10 pounds Sunn Hemp and 6 pounds Peridovic Sun Flowers. So 66 pounds total per acre, but I am broadcasting the seed and not using a grain drill. Lot of seed goes to waste when broadcasting.

I mix mine in the hopper with a drill and mortar mixing auger, I use scale and make a reference mark on a bucket for 5lbs of each seed. I just fill the bucket to the reference mark and dump it in the hopper.

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Thats a great mix. I will be curious to see how the ratio of sunn hemp to cow peas works. Using a drill last year I had a field with 8lbs/acre of sunn hemp then cow peas, soybeans,and sunflower and the sunn hemp ended up choking everything out. Where I used only 6 lbs/acre hemp worked fine. Will be interesting to see the difference with broadcasting.
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Old 04-14-2019, 11:09 AM   #67
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Looks like you did it right. I get lazy and spray on top of ground and pray.


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Old 04-14-2019, 11:13 AM   #68
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Iím not sure how they survived the winter and heavy spring rains, but the peas and beans I planted last summer/fall didnt germinate. They came up the last week or two and are blooming and actually doing very well. Hope they last a good while and the animals actually get to benefit from them and the hogs dont destroy them.


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Looks great radar. I was going to plant a similar mix w/o sunn hemp next week but got another 2Ē of rain and canít get the tractor in there to disc until it dries up.

This fall plot (oats, wheat, clover,winter peas, daikon) was looking pretty good Friday. I mowed it down a few weeks ago to chop the radishes up. I like to put in a summer crop, but maybe just leave it until the fall?





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Old 04-15-2019, 06:58 AM   #70
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Looks great radar. I was going to plant a similar mix w/o sunn hemp next week but got another 2Ē of rain and canít get the tractor in there to disc until it dries up.

This fall plot (oats, wheat, clover,winter peas, daikon) was looking pretty good Friday. I mowed it down a few weeks ago to chop the radishes up. I like to put in a summer crop, but maybe just leave it until the fall?





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That is real nice plot, do you think it will take the summer heat?
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Old 04-15-2019, 07:02 AM   #71
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Took a few pics yesterday.
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Old 04-15-2019, 07:06 AM   #72
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Deer are keeping it mowed for me.
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That is real nice plot, do you think it will take the summer heat?
Nope it'll get fried, but I think it's thick enough to suppress the weeds and improve the soil quality, which is what I'm going for in addition to a food source on this plot. There is plenty of natural food for the few deer around here.
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Two weeks since I planted. It's starting to sprout and the deer are curious







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Old 04-15-2019, 08:17 PM   #75
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Once they figure out its good eats, they will mow it down.
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I would just go buy a 50 pound bag of Iron Clay Peas and reseed on top of what you already planted. If you got germination now, I dont think I would disc it up.
I reseeded over the top but didnít drag or disk. Another plot I planted I did a drag with a cattle panel to smooth and cover. We got a heavy rain and I noticed a lot of seeds were sitting on top now. Curious if all the seeds on top of soil will germinate with all the rain falling without actually being buried in the soil?
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Old 04-23-2019, 09:57 PM   #77
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Planted yesterday

2 acres of:

Cowpea (Ace) 20%
Cowpea (Red Ripper) 16%
Lab Lab (Rongai) 15%
Cowpea (Iron & Clay) 12%
Orka (Clemson) 12%
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Buckwheat 5%
Chicory 5%
Sunn Hemp 5%

Hope to get some rain tomorrow. First time planting, Im sure I screwed up something.
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Old 04-23-2019, 09:58 PM   #78
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They will sprout, unless the birds find them.
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They will sprout, unless the birds find them.
I havenít figured out a drag just yet and havenít convinced myself to buy a cultipacker. I hope to get out and get seed in the ground this weekend. I disced this past weekend and then drug it with a cut telephone pole to smooth things out and pack the soil a bit. My plan this weekend is to go in and lightly disc one pass to scratch the soil. Then spread seed/fertilizer. What would be a good method to cover seed? Drag harrow?
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I havenít figured out a drag just yet and havenít convinced myself to buy a cultipacker. I hope to get out and get seed in the ground this weekend. I disced this past weekend and then drug it with a cut telephone pole to smooth things out and pack the soil a bit. My plan this weekend is to go in and lightly disc one pass to scratch the soil. Then spread seed/fertilizer. What would be a good method to cover seed? Drag harrow?
I drug it with a pallet my lime and fertilizer came on.
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I havenít figured out a drag just yet and havenít convinced myself to buy a cultipacker. I hope to get out and get seed in the ground this weekend. I disced this past weekend and then drug it with a cut telephone pole to smooth things out and pack the soil a bit. My plan this weekend is to go in and lightly disc one pass to scratch the soil. Then spread seed/fertilizer. What would be a good method to cover seed? Drag harrow?
Cut down a tree beside your plot and use it to drag. Iíve done that a bunch of times if nothing is handy.
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Sleepy a old chain link fence works perfect with some tires chained to the top of the fence.

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Old 04-24-2019, 05:41 AM   #83
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I used cattle panels and they worked okay, but didnt really cover the larger seeds as well as id a liked.

I planted a week and a half ago and finally saw some sprouts yesterday. My seeds didnt cover up as well as id a liked though and the doves have been absolutely hammering my plots. I hope enough seed made it for a decent stand.


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Old 04-24-2019, 06:16 AM   #84
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Chain link fence or drag harrow works real good. I have covered seed up with my disc before, just set the gangs straight.
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I usually cover with the disc and drop it just enough to toss the soil a little. On the reseed I didn't want to take a chance screwing up my initial planting. We will see, lots of rain today again so hopefully what ever is left will sprout soon. Good start to the spring.
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Farm currently getting some rain. Hope to see results in a few weeks.
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Cowpeas are looking pretty good. Everything is coming up, but they have progressed the most. Hoping rain tonight will help everything come on even better.




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I was late to the party, but finally got some seed in the ground yesterday. Supposed to get a good rain tonight.

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Whew hew! I got my beans today! Rain tonight, planting tomorrow.
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Got a little over 3" of rain today, I will be out Friday afternoon to check my plots.
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Hoping to have my plow fixed Saturday and be able to finish planting on Saturday.
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Four inches of rain last night here. Gonna set me back a little. I am gonna spray a wheat/medium red clover plot with Butyrac Saturday to kill the weeds. Damm hogs are eating my clover to the ground !

Turkey hunting next week for 3/4 days and then beginning my food plots in earnest.
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IN for the results. Lots of rain to help you guys this week.
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Only got 1/4Ē at the house yesterday. Big rain was just north of us. Better than nothing I reckon.


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Planted 2 plots yesterday, was gonna do a 3rd, but the clover looked so good and the deer were eating eating it so I fertilized it.

First time planting a Forage bean, anxious to see results.
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Old 04-26-2019, 12:28 PM   #96
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We got 1.5” on Wed. I had plowed up a little patch the day before. Gonna re disc it today, and broadcast 15 pounds of Silver River Clover seed tonight.
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Got growth. Should be good in month.
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Old 04-28-2019, 06:34 PM   #98
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We planted some cowpeas last Friday before it rained and have decent germination.





Itís too muddy to get the tractor in to disc or mow so I tried some redneck crimping. Threw out 50lbs of spring plot mix into the standing wheat/clover and drug some logs all over it knocking it down. Supposed to get a few inches of rain this week so weíll see if anything grows. Not expecting too much, but wonít hurt to try.







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Got seed planted yesterday and looks like it had a little rain on it this morning and more in the forecast this week. Plan on checking it out in a couple of weeks. Fingers crossed for first food plot!
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Dragging *** this year with all the other stuff I got going on

Mowed my oats and fall/winter mix down yesterday and ran disc over them today.

Almanac says this coming Fri and Sat are good days to plant

IC peas, sunflowers and sun hemp (if I can find any)

Might broadcast some daikon radish seed into a field to see if they will come up, Supposed to loosen soil up

Managed to bend the heck out of my disc 3pt again. Pretty sure I am going to have to fab a replacement part as I keep straightening it out and it keeps bending
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