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Spring and Summer Plots #4144718 03/25/13 06:31 PM
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Who's getting ready to plant?

Went out to the lease to do some work this last weekend. We ditched the low areas of the plots, in case of the highly improbable event of rain.

Here's the remains of our winter oats and clover. The rancher will graze this plot for a week or two and then we'll spray it with round up and no-till our round-up ready soybeans in.



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Re: Spring and Summer Plots [Re: bpitcher] #4144768 03/25/13 06:48 PM
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man that looks good...i am ready to go but we are supposed to be in the upper 20's in the morning so i am gonna wait a couple more weeks.

good luck


Originally Posted By: cameron00
If I send my neighbors a text and ask them to give me feedback on my lawn and plant rye into a giant dong pattern, I'm probably going to get some less than positive feedback. Same goes here.
Re: Spring and Summer Plots [Re: bpitcher] #4144799 03/25/13 06:57 PM
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Originally Posted By: bpitcher
Who's getting ready to plant?

Went out to the lease to do some work this last weekend. We ditched the low areas of the plots, in case of the highly improbable event of rain.

Here's the remains of our winter oats and clover. The rancher will graze this plot for a week or two and then we'll spray it with round up and no-till our round-up ready soybeans in.


If you have a good stand of clover in that plot I would not kill it depending on the variety of it. If it will grow into summer why kill it? Your money ahead and deer will eat it well. Also turning cattle into clover I would make sure the landowner is aware it has clover in the patch. He might loose some cattle to bloat.


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Re: Spring and Summer Plots [Re: stxranchman] #4145085 03/25/13 08:57 PM
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I agree.....that food plot will continue to do well into the summer.

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