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Yesterday, I took a few pics of some of my plots.
The first one is my flower field a little bigger than an acre , the plotsaver kit is for an acre. Germination is a little slow,
I plant deep and the sun has been lacking.
The prowl and eptam didnt take care of some wheat from last Fall.
 

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Here is a pic of my clover alfalfa plot, its about 3 years old now. It has a little orchard grass and sedge in it now.
 

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Here are some unwanted creatures on my alfalfa, no enough per stem, plant to spray so Ive been told.
I think they are aphids??
 

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This is a close up of my synergy jumbo white clover..lots of follage. I added sulphur and boron to my fertilizer this year.
600 buck for 12 acres...ouch..............
 

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Did you incorporate the prowl after you sprayed?
 

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Yep, I think the problem was it was too dry and didnt rain for a few days.
I think it will be all right, Ill take wheat over ****leburs.
 

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are those pea aphids?
getting several reports of them in alfalfa this year in the midwest. normally not a pest we deal with much in past years.

oh yeah lots of hard work there but looks really good.
 

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Some type of aphid, I guess there needs to be like 50 per stem to warrent spraying.
Tremendous height this year and looking for 3 cuttings anyway..
 

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Good lookin' stuff O'Bryan. BUT, if you keep killin' them turks and supplyin' great avatars, you're gonna continue to keep takin' the Aphid Eaters off your property. I say let the turkeys go and you won't have to spray :hysterical::hysterical::hysterical:
 

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Some real good lookin plots there!!
:cheers::cheers:
 

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I set the blind up for my daughter to take one more aphid eater....Im fed up with the rain and the sitting with the bow and Im taking to runnin and gunnin this weekend with big scope mounted, gobblin thunder choked 10 gauge.
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watch out Mr Tom its time to get tactical....roger and out..
 

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Good looking plots OBRYAN, my flowers are coming up too
but I think I got them to thick,will they still make a head?
I fertilized the ****ens out of them.
good luck with the turkey Birds, I have been stuck in the office all week and I starting to get alittle crazy I'm going to break out Friday.
 

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Its plant mine in 30 in rows about 10" apart. Flowers with grow heads acording to the space they have. Closely planted seeds will have small heads, but leave a few skips and the head will grow large.
 

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