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Observation- water levels #5501885 12/27/14 02:27 PM
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My personal duck holes/ wetland - due to lack of water on most of my millet- are used more / less as staging area vs feeding. Have lots coontail and pondweed which gads and teal love -

Last year folks complained about too much water- I had bigger numbers staying longer since food source was more plentiful.

I will encorporate more moist soil mgmt vs planting next year- spray undesirables and disc / till areas. Less work- similar or better results.

Our place south of Gainesville- due to watershed and lots of rain- has a tremendous amount of flooded grass- and location helps as well- it's holding much bigger numbers this year



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Re: Observation- water levels [Re: Greekangler] #5503242 12/28/14 02:34 AM
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Planting is over rated.

Re: Observation- water levels [Re: Greekangler] #5503741 12/28/14 01:34 PM
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What type of millet did you plant?

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