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By Roscoe
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Snapped a few pics of my plots this weekend. Really happy with them this year. Mostly cereal grains with some Brassicas & Clover mixed in. Have not ever planted cover before. Really wasn't sure the clover was going to do anything, but got down and looked closely and it is coming along as well.

Main Plot:

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New strip plot along the tree line in the back of the field:
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Long plot down my shooting lane. The 9pt was grazing on the top end of the plot closer to my blind when I shot him:
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By bowhtr1
#327841
Looks good. The clover will really jump in the spring.
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By bowhtr1
#327876
Looks good. The clover will really jump in the spring.

Tim, what do I need to do to the plots this spring to help the clover out?


If you need lime and fertilizer put some out. Also I cut my field early to give the clover sunlight. I cut it back to 8 to 10 inches high. If you need fertilizer use something like 0-20-20 or 6-24-24. The first number needs to be as low as possible. 0 would be perfect. It looks like it will do great from the pics.
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By Ol Arky
#327879
They all look good to me... Do they stay green in the winter even with frost and freezin' temps???

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