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#2286776 - 11/09/17 12:01 PM Re: Throw n Mow Q&A [Re: CNC]
Waldo Offline
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Why not use a slow release product?

No more than you are putting out it wouldn't affect your cost that much.

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#2286868 - 11/09/17 01:55 PM Re: Throw n Mow Q&A [Re: Waldo]
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Originally Posted By: Waldo
Why not use a slow release product?

No more than you are putting out it wouldn't affect your cost that much.


That may be something I need to look into.
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#2286999 - 11/09/17 04:14 PM Re: Throw n Mow Q&A [Re: CNC]
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Slow releases doesn't give you the initial bump ag fert does. It would be good for maintaining it.
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#2287046 - 11/09/17 04:49 PM Re: Throw n Mow Q&A [Re: CNC]
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Here’s another pic showing what I’m talking about with the N deficiency. This part of the field is roughly one acre. I applied 50 lbs of 34-0-0 to it by hand. You can see where the N is kicking in and where it needed better coverage. I think it needed another 50 lbs added as well as spread a little more evenly. I added that extra 50 yesterday...it should green on up now.



Everything is doing great besides that though………just need better timing on my part.






Edited by CNC (11/09/17 04:52 PM)
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#2287142 - 11/09/17 06:33 PM Re: Throw n Mow Q&A [Re: Turkey_neck]
Waldo Offline
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Originally Posted By: Turkey_neck
Slow releases doesn't give you the initial bump ag fert does. It would be good for maintaining it.


You won't get that initial jump in growth since they are not quick release.

But most have a percentage of solubility where half is immediately available and the other half is slow release.

You should still see a green up from them.

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#2289964 - 11/12/17 12:37 PM Re: Throw n Mow Q&A [Re: CNC]
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We have a couple plots that are mowed down, which I didn’t expect since I thought they would be hitting the acorns harder. Is ammonium nitrate the best option for help everything keep up with the browsing? I can’t remember, is this what needs to be broadcast when the leaves aren’t wet to avoid burning? What should I expect to pay for 50#? I obviously have never applied AM.

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#2289967 - 11/12/17 12:43 PM Re: Throw n Mow Q&A [Re: CNC]
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Do not apply when the field is wet. Should be about $13-14 a bag and should be put out at 50# to the acre.
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#2289970 - 11/12/17 12:48 PM Re: Throw n Mow Q&A [Re: Turkey_neck]
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Originally Posted By: Turkey_neck
Do not apply when the field is wet. Should be about $13-14 a bag and should be put out at 50# to the acre.


Great, thanks.

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#2290674 - 11/13/17 07:34 AM Re: Throw n Mow Q&A [Re: CNC]
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I guess i'm just going to have to put my 34-0-0 out when I can, instead of doing it right before a rain. Harold, have you put it out days before a rain with no problem?

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#2290722 - 11/13/17 08:45 AM Re: Throw n Mow Q&A [Re: blumsden]
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Originally Posted By: blumsden
I guess i'm just going to have to put my 34-0-0 out when I can, instead of doing it right before a rain. Harold, have you put it out days before a rain with no problem?


That's the way we always had to do it at the old hunting club and it worked out fine. Ammonium nitrate is not supposed to be volatile from my understanding. Just put it out after lunch so it doesn't stick to the leaves and I'll think you'll be ok.
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#2290834 - 11/13/17 09:49 AM Re: Throw n Mow Q&A [Re: CNC]
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We are going to put out 100 pounds per acre Wednesday.
We are paying $10.00 per 50 pound bag.

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#2292975 - 11/14/17 07:16 PM Re: Throw n Mow Q&A [Re: CNC]
Joe4majors Online   content
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Paid $11.50 a bag for 33-00-00 at Riverside in T-town.


Edited by Joe4majors (11/15/17 10:49 AM)

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#2293776 - 11/15/17 10:02 AM Re: Throw n Mow Q&A [Re: CNC]
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The yellow is disappearing now. It seems to take about two weeks for the N to really kick in.









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#2293833 - 11/15/17 10:48 AM Re: Throw n Mow Q&A [Re: CNC]
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A little back ground on me here...new land owner - didn't have a lot of time to prepare nor afford "disc-style" food plots with limited access to a tractor and other equipment etc... I did not spray - simply threw 5-way seed with mixed rye then mowed. Went back the next day and broadcast fertilizer with a hand spreader..

Here is before and after my first plot


Second plot



I think these pics speak for themselves esp for someone with limited deer hunting and especially limited knowledge with planting plots! These pictures show progress after 3 weeks of throw-n-mow to how they look now.
Thanks to CNC for this thread and everyone that contributes to it, hopefully I will get some action in the plots soon..
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#2293841 - 11/15/17 10:54 AM Re: Throw n Mow Q&A [Re: CNC]
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Will the 34-0-0 not hurt the clover CNC ?

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#2293857 - 11/15/17 11:07 AM Re: Throw n Mow Q&A [Re: CNC]
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Looks good, guys. Huntbig, congrats on your awesome first year plots.

CNC, do you even have any deer? grin
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#2293964 - 11/15/17 12:35 PM Re: Throw n Mow Q&A [Re: Blessed]
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Originally Posted By: Blessed
Will the 34-0-0 not hurt the clover CNC ?

No, the 34-0-0 will not hurt the clover.

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#2293983 - 11/15/17 12:48 PM Re: Throw n Mow Q&A [Re: CNC]
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Huntbig……..You’re fields are looking really nice. Thanks for sharing the pics. It’s awesome seeing others having success. thumbup


Blessed…….Like blum said, it won’t hurt it. It’ll probably actually help it. Despite what you commonly hear, clover does need some nitrogen in the soil to thrive. Nitrogen is a big driver of the whole cycle.


3FF……..Nope. There are no deer in Macon Co. grin


Edited by CNC (11/15/17 12:49 PM)
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#2294285 - 11/15/17 04:20 PM Re: Throw n Mow Q&A [Re: CNC]
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First time to do Throw n Mow. We have 4 fields that look just like this one. If we can keep this up why do it any other way.


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#2294307 - 11/15/17 04:48 PM Re: Throw n Mow Q&A [Re: CNC]
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Dean that looks like lush carpet !

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#2294329 - 11/15/17 05:09 PM Re: Throw n Mow Q&A [Re: Blessed]
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Originally Posted By: Blessed
Dean that looks like lush carpet !


X2, that's a pretty field and looks like a killing spot.
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#2294338 - 11/15/17 05:18 PM Re: Throw n Mow Q&A [Re: Blessed]
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Originally Posted By: Blessed
Dean that looks like lush carpet !


X3.....That looks real nice Dean. Good job! thumbup
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#2296164 - 11/17/17 12:49 AM Re: Throw n Mow Q&A [Re: CNC]
Acorn Offline
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Loc: Foley, AL
CNC,
I've followed your posts about improving the soil quality closely. One question I have is just how sandy was your field when you started this? And secondly, in extremely sandy areas, is there anything that may grow to start building organic matter?

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#2296273 - 11/17/17 08:11 AM Re: Throw n Mow Q&A [Re: CNC]
blumsden Offline
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Loc: Jacksonville, Alabama
All Harold was missing was the ocean! LOL

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#2296287 - 11/17/17 08:20 AM Re: Throw n Mow Q&A [Re: CNC]
Acorn Offline
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Loc: Foley, AL
That's what I remember

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