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Re: Sesame [Re: poorcountrypreacher] #3684701
06/06/22 11:55 AM
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Originally Posted by poorcountrypreacher


The fields look pretty good 5 weeks after planting. The field my uncle and I planted has gotten several good rains and is doing really well. The other field I planted had some soil moisture when I planted, so some came up and some didn't. Then it went 3 weeks without a drop of rain and after that got several inches in one day. The diuron requires rain to activate, so I didn't get good weed control. Now we are back to drought, with no rain in sight.

It still oughta make some dove food if it will ever rain.


I planted mine last week mr. Steve. Soil was fairly moist, but no rain on it yet. We’ll see


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Re: Sesame [Re: poorcountrypreacher] #3693563
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Here's a picture for anyone interested in Sesame. This is 49 days after planting, and it had only one rain. I'm very surprised that it looks as good as it does. I have read that sesame is very drought resistant, so that idea is definitely being tested. One of the things I wondered about was how well the sesame would shade the ground and block out the weeds once it was up and growing. It seems to be doing that very well. There is a little johnsongrass in it, but I don't think it will reduce the yield a lot.

The Egyptian wheat is still getting taller and hasn't produced any seed heads. The dove magnet mix that has several different types of millet has already produced a lot of seed. I just need it to rain. My uncle's field continues to get rain and looks much better.

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Re: Sesame [Re: poorcountrypreacher] #3693602
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I went and looked at my sesame this morning Mr. Steve. Looks like it just sprouted and is about 3/4” tall


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Re: Sesame [Re: TurkeyJoe] #3697732
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Originally Posted by TurkeyJoe
I went and looked at my sesame this morning Mr. Steve. Looks like it just sprouted and is about 3/4” tall



I sure hope you get more rain than I have. After another week of 100 degree heat and no rain, the plants are close to death. I don't think I've ever seen it this dry this early in the year.

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Re: Sesame [Re: poorcountrypreacher] #3697813
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We got a good one yesterday evening


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My friend who owns the field just text and said they got 2” yesterday. Hopefully it wasn’t too late


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Re: Sesame [Re: poorcountrypreacher] #3699385
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We planted the wms dove magnet with the sesame in it this year. The sesame is really doing good. Our field is looking great. Sunflowers started opening today and we got an inch of rain this afternoon. The only thing I haven’t noticed is the grain sorghum but I’m sure it’s out there somewhere

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I've finally gotten some rain, but haven't been able to check the field. It will be interesting to see if it has recovered.


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