I did some discing and planting today. Kind of an experiment, but hopefully it will work. What'd I plant? ACORNS. My place is lacking in good deer timber and had a chance to increase it. My neighbor is very meticulus about his yard, and spent hours raking the acorns from his pinoak tree. Being the good guy I volunteered to take them off his hands. After float testing (good acorns sink, bad acrons float) I was left with 5 gallons of good acorns. I planted them today along a border area between a CRP field and a wetland. I disked the ground with the front discs set deep to create a "V", then dropped acorns, and re-disced with the rear discs dominant to pull the soil over the acorns. We'll see how it does. Assuming they sprout, I'll try to brush hog over the tops of the seedlings when the weeds get too high. I always buy some trees from the MDC, but if this works, it will be MUCH easier than planting a seedling.