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  1. LarryM

    Frosty Berseem Clover vs Soybeans

    I learned about the frosty berseem clover variety this year and with my property in northern WI, I thought I would give it a try. It grew very well in my heavy soil and the deer love it! They are still pawing thru the snow to get at what's left and that is still green (Hasn't dropped below 15...
  2. LarryM

    Weed ID

    What is this weed? Seems to laugh at glyphosate in my corn. Thanks!
  3. LarryM

    Kohlrabi ??

    I've been trying for 5 years, but have had little luck enticing deer with brassicas/turnips (been leaving plenty for me anyway...). I was wondering if planting some kohlrabi with the brassicas might start to educate them about the bulbs since they grow above ground. Any thoughts?
  4. LarryM

    Oat Preference So Far

    Planted two oat varieties side-by-side this fall in northern WI - Whitetail Institute's Whitetail Forage Oats Plus and Wildgame Innovations Oatrageous. So far, the hands down winner is Forage Oats Plus. Its being chewed right down and the Oatrageous is hardly even touched. Have had several...
  5. LarryM

    What is this shrub?

    I'm seeing a lot of it moving into some fallow land. Clay, a bit wet (northern WI). Thanks.
  6. LarryM

    Westcot Apricot Tree

    Maybe not totally for the deer, but does anyone know where I can find a Westcot apricot tree seedling? I can't seem to find one. Thanks.
  7. LarryM

    Next Year's Plots.............

    Never too early to start thinking ahead to next year. What are some of your favorite plot types? I have some space and would like some ideas for early season attractants. Anything offbeat that you'd like to share too? Thanks.
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