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When to plant #7183601 05/30/18 02:32 PM
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Wondering when you guys plant millet? I was thinking the first weekend in August and again 3 weeks later. Will be planting dove proso and Japanese, far northeast Texas


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Re: When to plant [Re: rickym] #7184054 05/30/18 10:10 PM
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Generally good plan Texas If youíre planting mud flats as they drawdown how do start mid July and go through the first week of September.

I prefer BYG. You need to water it unless time right before a good rain.

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Iím doing a few lbs of byg as well, I doubt it will need water for awhile as springs run under it and the ground will stay wet for over a month maybe longer after being drained.


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Re: When to plant [Re: rickym] #7184105 05/30/18 10:52 PM
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I've started planting my Japanese the first weekend of September, has worked well. Planting in august has not been easy for me, had to do a lot of watering. But, everyone knows it will rain the first weekend of sept

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Originally Posted By: woodduckhunter
I've started planting my Japanese the first weekend of September, has worked well. Planting in august has not been easy for me, had to do a lot of watering. But, everyone knows it will rain the first weekend of sept


Yup. Just got to be careful with first week of dove season. We typically donít hunt anywhere near the wetland for at least 10 days make sure all the seed is gone



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Re: When to plant [Re: Greekangler] #7185546 06/01/18 01:24 PM
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Originally Posted By: Greekangler
Originally Posted By: woodduckhunter
I've started planting my Japanese the first weekend of September, has worked well. Planting in august has not been easy for me, had to do a lot of watering. But, everyone knows it will rain the first weekend of sept


Yup. Just got to be careful with first week of dove season. We typically donít hunt anywhere near the wetland for at least 10 days make sure all the seed is gone


Will be dove hunting a place close to Houston and wonít be back to the duck hunting place until teal opener. Thatís why Iím planting in August


Originally Posted by Grizz
Wingshooting is like sex for me - I love doing it but I'm just not that good at it.

Originally Posted by Nogalus Prairie
Good hunting leases are like good bird dogs. You donít have them forever, but they leave wonderful memories.

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