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    Old Field Management - Fescue Elimination

    My only negative thoughts about the switch is that at some point you should burn it....and unless your able to control that burn specifically to the switch areas you will lose all your other cover... My other thought is that if you could control a burn now(this coming spring), you could just...
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    Brassica Fertilizer

    I think they look pretty good. I would put down some straight urea before the next rain event. Its getting late in the game to get ample growth, as the weather cools and the days are shorter they just dont grow as fast. Give them the help they need now and reap the benefits later! Overall...
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    I hear ya bud...I still feel like switch is actually a mythological creature...i have maybe seen 3 switch plants...my plan is to smoke all the cool season stuff come october/november....spread more switch feb/march....kill all the spring stuff and see what happens then....my fear is in my area...
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    “Hunting shows” - net positive or negative?

    To be honest I love hunting shows. I have been watching them for literally 30 years. I like Midwest Whitetail, Drurys, and Lakoskys. I like the shows that show the habitat process, and these tend to do that. People claim its unrealistic expectations but thats far from the truth. There are...
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    2021-22 Team Contest Sign Up

    1. Birddown101 2. buckhunter92 3. Hardwood11 4. Entropyfx 5. Chadw. 6. Hillrunner 7. Elvis188 8. Jbohn 9. IowaBowHunter1983 10. northcedar 11. Hair&Scales 12. bowhunter365 Lucky 13. Tmayer13
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    Heres a video I made yesterday of establishing clover around my plot Sent from my moto g power using Tapatalk
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    Went and finished my plots yesterday. Here is an update of what my brassicas look like. These have been in the ground for one day short of a month. Sent from my moto g power using Tapatalk
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    Experiment: Roller crimper vs. glyphosate

    Oh yes we have all been there.... I just wonder if the roller crimper is better suited following a rye or oats or buckwheat type crop? so maybe the crimper is better off used for a fall food plot and stick to using the herbicides on the spring planted grains. you said there is beans in there...
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    Cereal Grains and cover crops

    Yes the organic matter will still break down over time, just the same as corn stalks do in the AG world, by terminating the crop the following year. Any type of stem or stalk will decompose into the soil over time. The nitrogen will mostly be coming from your clover (although the peas will also...
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    Yes mostly likely gone...some other options would be getting some treated urea from the coop (could be difficult to find) or you could find some liquid and spray it on...there's plenty of products out there and a quick Google search will help you find it....I have also recently heard a podcast...
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    Med/trauma kits

    Although I think this is a fantastic idea I see the flaw....Our largest likelihood of injury will come in the form of a treestand failure/fall....so my question is if this happens and your kit is on your pack, how do you get to it...I dont have the answer but its definitely something to think...
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    Correct but the berseem is an annual, so the plot I planted last fall say is probably only the ladino blends and it truly is a night and day difference
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    So I have and had several different clover plots with several different varieties....here is the one thing that I have learned about clover and what deer like....the whitetail institute clover seems to me to be the best clover out there that is the most sought after....I have never been much of...
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    If it's already existing and you just want to "thicken" it up, I would say you do not need to add the rye Sent from my moto g power using Tapatalk
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    Thats a lot of clover seed for an acre IMO...I would think something more like 15lbs of your mix would be sufficient. With being said you wont really be out much with the heavy seeding other than a little bit of money. As far as mowing and spraying.... using herbicides to control weeds in...
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