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#2321248 - 12/06/17 09:56 PM Re: Food plots so far [Re: muzziehead]
auburn17 Offline
8 point

Registered: 08/19/10
Posts: 1272
Loc: Molino, FL
Originally Posted By: muzziehead

Good looking fields and that last pic looks like a jam up spot

#2321269 - 12/06/17 10:10 PM Re: Food plots so far [Re: johndeere5036]
dirtwrk Offline

Registered: 02/08/13
Posts: 82
Loc: montgomery/crenshaw
Looks like woody Bartlett Property are you in pike road

#2321304 - 12/06/17 10:28 PM Re: Food plots so far [Re: johndeere5036]
muzziehead Offline
14 point

Registered: 05/22/02
Posts: 7255
Loc: Central Alabama
I wish it was Bartletts property. I am close to him but this is not his place.
"Don't cling to Mistake, just because you spent a lot of time making it."

#2321334 - 12/06/17 10:47 PM Re: Food plots so far [Re: johndeere5036]
257wbymag Offline
Old Mossy Horns

Registered: 01/05/11
Posts: 16010
Loc: N. Bama
I put down 150lbs of urea to the acre. Yes I'll get a big boost. I would not do that to our row crop wheat right now but for plots who cares.

Edited by 257wbymag (12/06/17 10:48 PM)
Quietly killing turkeys where youre not!!!!
Bolt actions speak louder than words.
I'm the paterfamilias

#2321492 - 12/07/17 08:22 AM Re: Food plots so far [Re: johndeere5036]
gatorbait154 Offline
10 point

Registered: 12/07/05
Posts: 3105
Loc: Mobile,AL/ Uniontown, Al
Our fields look like hot garbage. Between the browsing pressure and Johnson grass, our fields are terrible.

I let my buddy talk me into getting a co-op buggy mixed with wheat, oats, and fertilizer to plant.

We sprayed in the summer and then broke up the soil about a month later.

Spread seed and fertilizer and used a drag to cover the seeds. We had that massive rain shortly thereafter. Half of the seed didn't come up and we top sewed wheat and more fertilizer. Still looks terrible..

Last year we planted WMS deer magnet and Coker oats and had a good stand in our fields. Deer hammered them hard. This year, you can hardly see a deer in a plot..

Debating on when to put out some nitrogen on our fields. I will probably do it within the next few weeks..

#2321754 - 12/07/17 11:23 AM Re: Food plots so far [Re: johndeere5036]
muzziehead Offline
14 point

Registered: 05/22/02
Posts: 7255
Loc: Central Alabama
Our fields are sprayed in late August, and then we start turning dirt the last week of September or the first week of October. We disk them all and then follow with a tiller, makes for a nice seed bed.

Planted WMS Mississippi and Alabama Blend, with Buck Forage Oats and WMS Brassica blend. Not each field received all of the above. The plot either got the MS or ALA blend but each one did get BFO and Brassica with 13-13-13 at a rate of 300lbs per acre.

We were fortunate again this year with the rainfall, but we do have the advantage of being very flexible and we only plant ahead of expected rain.

Edited by muzziehead (12/07/17 11:24 AM)
"Don't cling to Mistake, just because you spent a lot of time making it."

#2321819 - 12/07/17 11:50 AM Re: Food plots so far [Re: muzziehead]
ronfromramer Offline
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Registered: 02/03/09
Posts: 1731
Loc: ramer
I have a similar property in south Montgomery co. It's long and narrow, about 1 1/2 miles from north to south. Starting south, it goes from sandy to sandy loam to clay loam to clay to black prairie soil to that old yellowish prairie alkaline clay that will only grow cedar or bodock. It all will grow a pretty greenfield and the ph goes from 5.5 to 7+ south to north. Requires ton/acre lime in the south to none in the north. Most of the place is in a creek bottom and grows some of the prettiest food plots youve ever seen

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