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My Sunflower Patch #7197580 06/14/18 04:36 PM
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Re: My Sunflower Patch [Re: sallysue] #7197582 06/14/18 04:39 PM
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Re: My Sunflower Patch [Re: sallysue] #7197783 06/14/18 07:53 PM
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Thanks guys can't wait till its time

Re: My Sunflower Patch [Re: sallysue] #7197983 06/14/18 11:29 PM
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The season will be here soon. Looking good.

Re: My Sunflower Patch [Re: jwb] #7198214 06/15/18 05:50 AM
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drive around Hondo in about 2 months to see sunflowers...
and clouds of white-wings...

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Did you plant? What variety?


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I plant hybrids and the natives just come up on there own

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Looks great. I've literally spent thousands on getting my field ready and then planting alfalfa. Not a plant came up. decided I'd try some sunflowers for dove this year. Plowed it, went to tractor supply and got the black oil sunflower bird seed. Spread it with a broadcast seeder, and drug it. Total cost for about 10 acres probably 50 bucks including diesel. It looks like a advertisement for a seed dealer. I guess I just tried to hard all those years before.

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Turner seed is hard to beat if you need any type of seed

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Originally Posted By: sallysue
I plant hybrids and the natives just come up on there own


When did you plant? I also use Turner seed and we planted the middle of April, last time I was at our place about 3 weeks ago they were about 6 inches tall,but it was dry,no rain.

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I plant in April also and I plow the natives in Feb

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Originally Posted By: sallysue
Turner seed is hard to beat if you need any type of seed


Thank you for posting this. I've wondered what people utilize.


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Looks great, good luck this season.

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