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Liquid Fertilizer #7617050 09/26/19 06:27 PM
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thinking about spraying my brassica and clover plots with liquid fertilizer in a few weeks rather than broadcasting granular. anyone have any experiences with it? good or bad? what kind did you use?

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Re: Liquid Fertilizer [Re: Wreckem04] #7617220 09/26/19 09:26 PM
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Have you gotten a soil test to tell you what you need? With the clover, if inoculated you may not need any fertilizer. I have used liquid on oats and winter peas. Put it out pre-emerge and disc it in with the seed and then post-emerge right before a rain. Someone who farms for a living might have different insight.



Re: Liquid Fertilizer [Re: Wreckem04] #7632002 10/14/19 11:36 AM
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Back when I farmed a lot more, I used liquid fertilizer, mixed with Grazon P&D, on my coastal. Had great results with it.

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