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Food Plots #2932286
10/21/19 08:12 PM
10/21/19 08:12 PM
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Chelsea, AL
lefthorn Offline OP
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Chelsea, AL
Got our seed and fert out Saturday. It was misting rainy when we left. Then we got this rain today and another round forecast for this weekend. Timed it just right

Can’t wait to see how the lime and organic matter we turned under from summer plots does for the plots this year. Soil already looked better than last year

Re: Food Plots [Re: lefthorn] #2932454
10/21/19 11:24 PM
10/21/19 11:24 PM
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We got about 40 plots planted today in Coffee and Barbour counties, not but about 75 more left. Several of our plots are too wet to plant, might be 3 more weeks on a few of them.

Re: Food Plots [Re: lefthorn] #2932503
10/22/19 06:53 AM
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I planted on the 12th. The rain since then has them doing really good. I was surprised how much they had grown in a week.


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Re: Food Plots [Re: lefthorn] #2932508
10/22/19 07:00 AM
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Luverne
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Got my last ones in behind the house yesterday. Got a quick afternoon shower as soon as I finished up, then got a good rain last night.

Re: Food Plots [Re: doekiller] #2932520
10/22/19 07:34 AM
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Rain has been ideal. I hope it keeps up. Looks like it will.

Re: Food Plots [Re: lefthorn] #2932793
10/22/19 02:10 PM
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I raked and planted on throw and grow, but plan on adding another bag or two next week.


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Re: Food Plots [Re: lefthorn] #2933038
10/22/19 07:16 PM
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Bibb County
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Planted Friday the 18th in Bibb. Still need to fertilize. Last nights rain was what I needed.

Re: Food Plots [Re: lefthorn] #2933110
10/22/19 08:01 PM
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Chilton County
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Booner
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Got mine in Saturday. Rain came in Monday morning



Re: Food Plots [Re: lefthorn] #2933134
10/22/19 08:14 PM
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N. Bama
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N. Bama
We got more on way. Saying 2-3” Friday/sat.


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