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Too late to plant? #7969592 09/11/20 01:10 PM
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Is it too late to plant groceries? I just gained access to a property with tanks and bottom land that consistently retains water during the winter months. I’d like to plant if there is something that would take and produce. Thoughts?

Re: Too late to plant? [Re: Soda sip] #7969608 09/11/20 01:20 PM
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Depends on the part of the state but I’d get Millet in this weekend if possible.



Re: Too late to plant? [Re: Soda sip] #7969624 09/11/20 01:28 PM
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I think you're probably still fine. 60 days from now is pretty much the start of the season. I'm going to over seed the areas I planted a couple weeks ago.

Re: Too late to plant? [Re: Soda sip] #7975038 09/15/20 07:03 PM
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What are you looking to plant? If its millet, and this is your first year, you better call Mr. Green Jeans in your county and see if its ok.


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