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    Default Plot coming in nicely.

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    Red and white clover. In about two weeks I'm going to till the thin spots and put in winter wheat. There was a flaw in my spreading method. For those who have never done it, clover seed is tiny, almost like sand. It's hard to spread evenly. I think I'll name it the 31Airborne memorial bait pile.

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    Haha love the name. My 31 plot is looking good too. I will keep over seeding wheat until everything is full.

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    As of this morning. Filling in pretty good. My resident bear is back, my fishfood got cleaned out night before last at the pond.

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    Good looking - my chikory and wheat is coming in nice - this rain has helped too

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    perfect. Everyone please name their food plots "31 plots"......awesome
    cheers,
    Steve

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    Damn, makes my stuff look kind of ghetto. LOL

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gsniper View Post
    Damn, makes my stuff look kind of ghetto. LOL
    Looks like you have mostly clover. We have a plot on another property that we planted a bunch of clover and its coming up decent but didn't blow up like the oats and all did at our other place.
    Eric

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    Lessons learned. This is a brand new plot this year. Next year I'll have a little better idea what I'm doing. The real green row on the left is a mix of radishes, rye and something else. It's growing much better.

    I did a soil test, added the recommended amounts of lime and fert. Will do the same in the spring and hopefully it will be a much better plot next year.

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    Dang Eric, all I need is some Thousand Island and I'd be in heaven lol
    Crank That Jank!

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