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Top soil spread #7458583 03/14/19 09:22 PM
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Saw somewhere on tv about a seed you can spread on top ground for a small plottt. Said it worked good of you don’t have all the equipment... anyone use it and know what it is called?


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I saw someone use Throw & Gro and they had decent success with it for a couple years. Some of the seeds took on about 70% of the area it was spread.

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Throw &gro works. The clover, radish, chicory, and rye seed they provide seem to grow well without manipulating the soil. Though I probably use 6 of their 1/4 acre bags to cover an acre.


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Originally Posted by rickym
Throw &gro works. The clover, radish, chicory, and rye seed they provide seem to grow well without manipulating the soil. Though I probably use 6 of their 1/4 acre bags to cover an acre.


Have never had any luck with that stuff, and we actually get a decent amount of rain from September through January


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Originally Posted by BigPig
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Throw &gro works. The clover, radish, chicory, and rye seed they provide seem to grow well without manipulating the soil. Though I probably use 6 of their 1/4 acre bags to cover an acre.


Have never had any luck with that stuff, and we actually get a decent amount of rain from September through January

I surely won’t argue with anybody who complains about poor results with it. My “throw and grow” plot consist of some throw and gro clover/radish and whatever else is in the bag with 50 lbs of oats broadcasted over an area I previously walked around and punched holes while dropping beans or peas.


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When is a good time to put it out?


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