Wow, that was a great video. Looks like I will be implementing some new techniques
Gonna try to for rye this weekend. Come On Rain!
Thanks for all you help with these. Fun project so far!
This one was started as a seed in spring of 2019.
Had about 10% die off the 1st year. Is that about normal.????
I know it was mostly my fault...
I cage all new trees. I use 4' or 5' tall welded wire fencing. You can get 100 feet at home depot/menards for about $70. My trees are hardwoods...
I mow my clover about once per month. Your plot definitely needs mowed
pretty sure roundup can be applied at 2/3 oz per 1000 sq ft or 32 ounces per acre(double check label). I have used low rate effectively to kill...
if only they would be worth more than a couple bucks. Pretty darn hard to make it worth while
I use elevator brackets. way easier IMO
I work outside everyday. always wear long sleeve shirts and a Tilley hat.
not looking good.
RM18 has only 18% glypho instead of 41% like a normal roundup. Not sure if there are other herbicides in the mix of RM18 but...
I would be interested for sure. I got a sister in Waukee who could pick them up.
Are they chinese? Dunstan?
Started with 316 nuts. So far 17 didn't make it. Definitely still lots to learn
1/3 are 5 weeks old
1/3 are 4 weeks
1/3 are 3 weeks
Placed these in the pots about 3-4 weeks ago. They are growing but the cooler temps and all the rain seemed to slow them down some....
I believe sorghum, milo, egypt wheat would be fine.
That looks AWESOME!
I started with a few this year and it has been a lot of fun so far. Got about 95% germination rate. Hoping to get some in...
Thanks Sligh. Very much appreciate your help!
I got my chestnut seeds out of the fridge this week and placed them in some treepots I got from Stuewe and Sons. Roots are about 2-3 inches long...
Best time- Early September
However, you can do it any other time when ground temps are around 60. You will just have more weeds to contend with...
I believe the current wording is UP TO 4 permits per owner with a maximum of 1 permit per 80 acres. So if you own 1000 acres you are maxed out to...
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