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Replies appreciated guys. I seeded a variety of clovers on cost share program a couple years ago, and really like how they turned out. Getting ready to add a couple more acres and thought I’d give the chicory a try.
 

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What's nice about a chicory: you can get away with lower PH and it does well during drought years. As wet as it's been you may be hitting the right time to get your mix/blend established. Chicory runs a tap root to get down to soil moisture and will also mine nutrients.
 

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What's nice about a chicory: you can get away with lower PH and it does well during drought years. As wet as it's been you may be hitting the right time to get your mix/blend established. Chicory runs a tap root to get down to soil moisture and will also mine nutrients.
This year has been good moisture wise, and the rocks here in Reynolds county are definately glad. Hopefully the timely rain continues here, to let this one get established as well.
 
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