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what about kale? good for late winter? and can it be mixed with turnip and other brassics ?
Paul, two questions. First, do you plant this mix Winter rye 50-80#'s per acre (56#'s = a bushel)
Spring oats 80-120#'s per acre (32#'s = a bushel)
Austrian Winter Peas 20-80#'s per acre (4010 or 6040 field peas will work fine for 1/2 the price)
Groundhog Forage Radish 5#'s per acre
Red Clover 8-12#'s per acre or white clover at 6#'s per acre
at the same time. I'm in Ohio and due to football/teaching commitments I was thinking of trying to plant the first or second week of August. Second, I am originally from the thumb (Sebewaing). What part of the thumb do you hail from? Thanks, Bill
If you are going to plant rye, oats, and clover do you plant peas and radishes first and add the cereal grains later. Should I plant radishes and peas in mid july and plant cereal grains before two-adays?
Does welter's or anyone else have a mix that is similar to biologic maximum? I have used this stuff the last two years and the deer have went nuts over it. It just keeps climbing in price and I have seen where you guys talk about steering away from the "deer on the bag" brands to save some $. I would also be interested in something similar to their outfitters blend. Dbltree do you have the make up list for these products? I couldn't find it anywhere and have thrown the old open bags away.
3#'s Purple Top Turnips
2#'s Dwarf Essex Rape
5#'s GroundHog Forage Radish
till in 200#'s urea and 400#'s 6-24-24 before planting
HA HA! well said! Deer are creatures of habit, and if you can do as dbltree does and create a situation where your deer adapt to a yearlong routine, death will be a very predictable outcome to the deer you are hunting! preferably a 160 class :way:if we provide everything that whitetails need to not only survive, but thrive on our property, they will become as predictable as death and taxes.