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    "I don't always plant a food plot......but when I do I ask 31 what to do".......lmao
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    Quote Originally Posted by dirtman View Post
    "I don't always plant a food plot......but when I do I ask 31 what to do".......lmao
    HAHAHA that's great!
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    Finished my plot today. Added 200lb of pelleted lime, 200lb of 10 10 10 fertilizer, put the wheat to it then drug it in. Was going to mix in turnips, but everybody around here was out of turnips so I mixed in some winter peas. Trying to get it done before the rain we're supposed to have tomorrow and Thur.

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    we plant turnip every year and the deer mow them down as soon as they come up now. the first year they let them get some bulbs on them but now they mow the tops as soon as they get about 4-6" tall. Winter wheat was planted last week as well on 2 of the plots that should start coming in good soon. will be planting 2 more plots in about 3 weeks for the winter over food source have found that it works better doing this late as possible

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    Quote Originally Posted by DucknFish View Post
    we plant turnip every year and the deer mow them down as soon as they come up now. the first year they let them get some bulbs on them but now they mow the tops as soon as they get about 4-6" tall. Winter wheat was planted last week as well on 2 of the plots that should start coming in good soon. will be planting 2 more plots in about 3 weeks for the winter over food source have found that it works better doing this late as possible
    I have an 11 pter on the wall that's 25 1/2" wide that I killed with a muzzleloader that was eating turnip tops when I pulled the trigger. They like them here too! But they also really like the Peas here too!
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    that was eating turnip tops when I pulled the trigger
    Stop it, you're going to make 31 have an aneuryism.

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    more bait! more bait! when you can't shoot you plant more bait!

    my head hurts.

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    That rain last week was the ticket. The wheat in my 31 plot is filling in nicely. The winter peas I mixed in are coming up too, you just couldn't tell it from the picture. The deer are already using it, but I don't spear chuck, so they get free reign until blackpowder.
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    Sweet killing plot right there! Looks good!
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