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#6458988 - 09/19/16 03:26 PM Rain last Friday Plant next Sat?
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Bird Dog

Registered: 04/26/07
Posts: 321
Loc: Dallas, Tx
So I got about 2 inches of rain last Friday, I had planned on planting my winter food plots this coming Saturday. Now I am wondering if that is a good plan or not. I am concerned that there will be enough residual moisture to cause the seeds to sprout and then it won't rain again for another month and everything will die.

I am not a farmer, most years it is bone dry when I plant.

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#6459042 - 09/19/16 03:56 PM Re: Rain last Friday Plant next Sat? [Re: HogBranch]
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Registered: 01/20/10
Posts: 3422
Loc: Canton, Tx
I'm in the same predicament!!!!
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#6459071 - 09/19/16 04:19 PM Re: Rain last Friday Plant next Sat? [Re: HogBranch]
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Bird Dog

Registered: 11/06/06
Posts: 395
Loc: Fort Worth/Kent County
Where are you planting? Supposed to rain all weekend at our place out west.

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#6459088 - 09/19/16 04:31 PM Re: Rain last Friday Plant next Sat? [Re: HogBranch]
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Registered: 06/14/15
Posts: 5011
Loc: texas
Id say plant now and take the risk of them burnin up or you may end up not getting anything in the ground or to sprout if you wait to long

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#6459227 - 09/19/16 05:51 PM Re: Rain last Friday Plant next Sat? [Re: HogBranch]
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Registered: 06/13/10
Posts: 4063
Loc: Breckenridge Tx
Drilling my wheat in next Monday, if it stays dry.
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#6459261 - 09/19/16 06:11 PM Re: Rain last Friday Plant next Sat? [Re: HogBranch]
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Registered: 11/05/14
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I'm planting next weekend. Don't have a choice because of limited time on the weekends. Just going to plant and pray.....just like always.
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#6459459 - 09/19/16 07:54 PM Re: Rain last Friday Plant next Sat? [Re: HogBranch]
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Registered: 04/20/11
Posts: 24468
Loc: Wise County Texas
I planted Saturday last, I also had a 2" rain 3 days or so prior, I think if the roots can get down a few inches in 14 days, I should be good and there is good moisture from that rain still under the surface (here). High humidity and heavy dew at night has helped I believe as well.

If you only have the weekends to work and can't really time it right before predicted rain, I think I would roll the dice, if it is semi dry, you probably wont see full germination until a good rain anyway, but one thing is certain, you wont get anything if it isn't in the dirt! (except for the ones that seem to sprout on my tractor after a few days roflmao
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#6460041 - 09/20/16 09:50 AM Re: Rain last Friday Plant next Sat? [Re: HogBranch]
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Registered: 09/10/12
Posts: 5695
Loc: Central TX (Gtown/Austin)
shredded very short last weekend, plowing & planting this coming Friday and keeping fingers crossed for rain.
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