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Re: Throw n Mow Q&A [Re: CNC] #2646038
11/20/18 02:01 PM
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Love that little plot AU wrestler. I'm looking at making me several little kill plots like that.

Re: Throw n Mow Q&A [Re: CNC] #2647008
11/21/18 11:06 AM
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With rain in forecast for Friday maybe today is a good day to put 50lbs of fertilizer on our little woods plot


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Re: Throw n Mow Q&A [Re: CNC] #2649150
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Leaves blown and 34-0-0 spread now into these plots a little rain must fall

More of a rake and throw and lighlty rake again planting process. Clover did next to nothing. The Marshall Ryegrass is very green.


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Re: Throw n Mow Q&A [Re: CNC] #2650400
11/24/18 05:10 PM
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CNC looking back I seen your topsoil was holding a consistent topsoil of 6.8. Do you lime or does the organic matter just have a good ph?

Re: Throw n Mow Q&A [Re: Rockhound] #2651779
11/25/18 05:41 PM
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Originally Posted by Rockhound
CNC looking back I seen your topsoil was holding a consistent topsoil of 6.8. Do you lime or does the organic matter just have a good ph?



My soil is horrible without organic matter……It’s very sandy soil with a pH of 5.1 and virtually no holding capacity for water and nutrients. I built up a layer of dark organic soil over the top of the sand and then limed it. It’s the “black dirt” that’s holding the Ca that has a pH of 6.8 now. I imagine some of it is leaching down into the harsher subsoil but there's nothing there to really hold it.....

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Re: Throw n Mow Q&A [Re: CNC] #2651851
11/25/18 07:16 PM
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We just used T and M on three tiny food plots along the edge of a clearcut. Hoping the rye will get going pretty quick. We just wanted something in the area for them to eat. Will be more intense next year with what we do on this area of the land.


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Re: Throw n Mow Q&A [Re: CNC] #2653476
11/27/18 12:45 AM
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Any chance it survives the week and grows?


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Re: Throw n Mow Q&A [Re: CNC] #2659646
12/01/18 10:15 PM
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Sure. It’s been warm and wet.

Re: Throw n Mow Q&A [Re: jallencrockett] #2661570
12/03/18 07:38 PM
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Originally Posted by jallencrockett
CNC how much usage do you get out of crimson???
. I lived over in Lee County a few years back and crimson clover would get a 12-18" high on right-of-ways. I never saw a deer feed once on it, but I would regularly see deer grub to the ground white dutch clover.


I need to update my answer on this one. I've always had crimson in a mix but this is the first pure stand I've had. There are deer feeding in it nearly every day now. It would be hard to look at the field and see the browsing pressure on the clover but every time I walk outside at night or pull into the driveway I run deer out of the crimson clover patch. The deer here at my place seem to love it.

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Re: Throw n Mow Q&A [Re: CNC] #2664177
12/06/18 09:11 AM
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This is my T&M result into an established clover/chicory plot that was well maintained all summer long. I did not have a lot of growth to work with at the time I planted. I top sowed WMS Clovef Feast which is Fixiation and Frosty Beersem Clover, Campanion Ladino, Osceola Ladino, Chicory, Wheat and Rye. I top sowed 600# of triple 17 fertilizer. These pictures where taken mid November and I planted October 26th. I looked at the plot on Tuesday and the clover/chicory were coming on strong within the grass. I’m not sure if I clipped it to low and stunted the growth because as stated this was a very well established clover/chicory plot prior to planting. Anyway I’m pleased with the results of of my planting.

My Egyptian wheat screen is a disappointment. That stuff was very wind susceptible and several thunderstorms blew it over. After the 3rd planting I finally got a decent stand that the wind hasn’t completely blown over. I’ll need to find a better alternative for a screening crop this coming year.

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Re: Throw n Mow Q&A [Re: CNC] #2664180
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Great looking plot.

Re: Throw n Mow Q&A [Re: CNC] #2664217
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Squeeky, you might want to try Teosinate as a screen. Property fertilized it makes a 8-10+ foot high thick screen.I plant it, Sunn Hemp and climbing peas in a 20-30-foot perimeter around my bean field and there is no seeing through it. Makes great seed for Quail and Turkeys too.

Re: Throw n Mow Q&A [Re: CNC] #2664257
12/06/18 10:45 AM
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Squeaky, I found a lighter seed rate of 4lbs/acre did better with the EW. Too thick and it got spindly stems.

Re: Throw n Mow Q&A [Re: Remington270] #2664260
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Originally Posted by Remington270
Great looking plot.


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Re: Throw n Mow Q&A [Re: blumsden] #2664326
12/06/18 11:56 AM
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Originally Posted by blumsden
Squeaky, I found a lighter seed rate of 4lbs/acre did better with the EW. Too thick and it got spindly stems.


Yeah I think that was my problem. I'll probably go with the lower seed rate and mix in some sunhemp this summer.


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Re: Throw n Mow Q&A [Re: CNC] #2664842
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Calling for 2-3" of rain this weekend. Good time to fertilize or will all the rain wash fertilizer away?

Re: Throw n Mow Q&A [Re: CNC] #2668096
12/10/18 10:09 AM
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I just got nitrogen on the majority of my fields the weekend before last, calling for more rain on thursday so I intend on getting the rest done this week. first time in 3 years that I've had the time to put nitrogen on the fields in december. Should make a world of a difference. I'll try and take pictures of the ones that havent had nitrogen to compare the difference


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Re: Throw n Mow Q&A [Re: CNC] #2671273
12/13/18 09:58 AM
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heres two photos I took of T&M spots, The first little field was about 4 feet tall in dog fennel with dead grain thatch underneath. I have 7 other fields of this size that look like this. The little lane through the pines had already been bushhogged so I just broad cast the seed and left it to fend for itself. luckily the turkeys and birds didn't destroy it before it got going. this was pre- nitrogen.

Can anyone tell me why the deer would have eaten my brassicas so fast this year? was it because of the early cold weather we've had this year?

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Re: Throw n Mow Q&A [Re: CNC] #2671335
12/13/18 10:46 AM
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Looking good!.....We threw in some turnips in our mix and they gotten eat up pretty fast too.


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Re: Throw n Mow Q&A [Re: CNC] #2671346
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Originally Posted by CNC
Looking good!.....We threw in some turnips in our mix and they gotten eat up pretty fast too.



this is year two of only bushhogging fields to T&M spring plots. after the peas have been eaten I've just let the grass, weeds and clover grow how they wanted, then just T&M into them for the fall. very little work since everyone in my club lives 2 or more hours away. spray twice, spread seed twice, and bush hog twice a year is all we've done

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