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WMS Pea Patch #4115393
04/11/24 07:46 AM
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Anybody planted it? I know I can mix my own similarly, but I'm not sure I can do it and get all the pieces to the puzzle that's in pea patch locally. So, rather than ship in this or that I'm going to just try it. Probably will have to broadcast it, but might have drill options available I'm checking on. Also wondering if a 2 row planter would works and kind of double plant between rows? Got about 3-4 acres marked off for it. I have some concern on deer density and it growing but have hope the buckwheat will cover the peas and beans enough to establish.

Also is there a pre emerge I can spray down for it?

Re: WMS Pea Patch [Re: SharpSpur] #4115439
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I’ve planted it with great results. But that was before I had a lot of deer.


Would walk over a naked woman to get to a gobblin turkey!
Re: WMS Pea Patch [Re: SharpSpur] #4115443
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I have had really good luck with clay peas, soybeans, sunn hemp and mix a little buckwheat for cover. You can do it without sunn hemp if you want.

Re: WMS Pea Patch [Re: SharpSpur] #4116253
04/12/24 06:04 PM
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Planted around 15 acres of it last year. One spot done really well and the other two got hammered as soon as they sprouted. The drought also didn’t help the situation.

Re: WMS Pea Patch [Re: SharpSpur] #4116637
04/13/24 01:47 PM
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I've planted everything they sell in a bag, then one year I realized I'd be money ahead to feed protein in gravity feeders all summer. Summer plots are gone in a few days in most cases.

Re: WMS Pea Patch [Re: SharpSpur] #4117085
04/14/24 09:10 AM
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add another 5-7lbs of vetch to the pea patch. after they wipe out the bigger plants, you will have a crop of vetch for them to eat until the first frost.


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Re: WMS Pea Patch [Re: SharpSpur] #4117614
04/15/24 11:01 AM
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Spend the money and effort to improve soil fertility for the fall would be my advice


We dont rent pigs
Re: WMS Pea Patch [Re: CrappieMan] #4126849
05/05/24 08:41 AM
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Originally Posted by CrappieMan
I've planted everything they sell in a bag, then one year I realized I'd be money ahead to feed protein in gravity feeders all summer. Summer plots are gone in a few days in most cases.


Traditionally, planting is cheaper than sup feeding. But if you have very little area to plant, sup feed is still more expensive, it's just that you don't have enough land to make planting work. Great luck.

Re: WMS Pea Patch [Re: SharpSpur] #4127315
05/06/24 08:27 AM
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I like it. Planted some this weekend but I added a little more buckwheat since my deer hammer it, a little sunn hemp, some okra and deer vetch & alyce clover. Avoided any sorghum in the mix incase I need to spray crab grass.


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Re: WMS Pea Patch [Re: SharpSpur] #4127371
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wont that buckwheat smother it out?


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Re: WMS Pea Patch [Re: SharpSpur] #4134836
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Planted WMS Pea Patch in late April. Getting a lot of Johnson grass coming up. Anything that can be sprayed to kill it without killing the pea patch?

Re: WMS Pea Patch [Re: SharpSpur] #4134991
05/20/24 08:38 PM
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We planted some at the club and the only thing pouncing out of the ground is the buckwheat. Was hoping to see see a little more beans and peas

Re: WMS Pea Patch [Re: SharpSpur] #4135104
05/21/24 06:36 AM
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Sure the deer aren’t clipping the peas/beans as soon as they germinate? I’ve not seen them fail to get out of the ground in the pea patches I’ve planted.

Re: WMS Pea Patch [Re: Mbrock] #4135114
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Originally Posted by Mbrock
Sure the deer aren’t clipping the peas/beans as soon as they germinate? I’ve not seen them fail to get out of the ground in the pea patches I’ve planted.

Yep


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Re: WMS Pea Patch [Re: SharpSpur] #4135154
05/21/24 08:25 AM
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Clethodim for the grass.

Re: WMS Pea Patch [Re: SharpSpur] #4135235
05/21/24 10:14 AM
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Mines coming up great, hopefully the deer lay off long enough to give it a fighting chance.

Re: WMS Pea Patch [Re: SharpSpur] #4135265
05/21/24 11:29 AM
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Quick spinoff Question about the pea patch…considering planting for a feathering of my fields this fall. Would it come up/be worth waiting till end of sept/first of October to plant this?


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Re: WMS Pea Patch [Re: SharpSpur] #4135536
05/21/24 08:27 PM
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There’s a mile and half long powerline of it. I’m sure.

Re: WMS Pea Patch [Re: SharpSpur] #4135539
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My vitalize nitro-boost is looking great. I mixed a few more lbs of cowpeas in with them but everything is looking real good.
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Re: WMS Pea Patch [Re: SharpSpur] #4137517
05/25/24 07:46 PM
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Here is my pea patch planted a few weeks ago right before that first good rain. I’ll just be happy if I actually see a sunflower but so far looking good. I planted 4.5 acres in 5 different spots. This is usually the stage where they get hammered. That’s egyptian wheat the closest stuff.

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