Getting the itch

Discussion in 'Deer Management, Habitat & Conservation' started by rmr, Feb 11, 2006.

  1. rmr

    rmr New Member

    :)Every year about this time I get the itch to plant something
    I have been wanting to frost seed clover seed for awhile but as wierd as this weather has been I probably will wait a
    couple of weeks. here are some pics of last years plots
    then and now. this first pic the clover was frost seeded in
    bob oats the end of Feb of 2005 this pic is the end of August
    after we got the rains in August.
  2. rmr

    rmr New Member

    here is a pic the end of August of the turnips I planted
    I was not at all satisfied with how the deer used them

  3. rmr

    rmr New Member

    turnips now
  4. rmr

    rmr New Member

    soybeans were planted 1st week of May here they are the end of August
  5. rmr

    rmr New Member

    soybeans now
  6. mrclean

    mrclean New Member

    Nov 30, 2005
    Those are great looking plots.
  7. Brake

    Brake Active Member

    Jan 28, 2005
    Livingston Co MO
    geat pics wish i had the means of putting in that many plots
  8. I just wish i could get some of them beans to hold.

  9. Goldtip

    Goldtip New Member

    Aug 29, 2005
    Santa Fe MO
    Awesome looking plots rmr, I hear ya with the itch, I've already started getting my tractors and implements greased and ready for spring tillage!
  10. Bowkil

    Bowkil New Member

    Aug 4, 2005
    Ozark Plateau
    hell ya!!! grow'em big, shoot'em off your plots!
  11. Lefty

    Lefty New Member

    Jun 29, 2004
    Looks like next weekend will be the weekend for discing the food plot on the property....

    Looks like clover will be put in for now, and then something else later in the year.

    TOBRYAN Well-Known Member

    Dec 4, 2002
    Liberty, Mo
    Great pics Rmr, just curious what do you use to plant with?
    Planter,drill, broadcast???
  13. rmr

    rmr New Member

    TOBRYAN, the beans are planted with a old 4row international planter with 40 inch rows I bought it about 3yrs ago for 100.00 It has disc openers on it so it does a good job af planting I just cross out the rows to get more population. The turnips I just disc the ground and sowed with a seeder I have on my 4 wheeler then I have a old cultipaker that I roll it in with. I have a old 10 ft disc
    i use for tillage and my tractor is a 3020 JD. I do have a drill
    and have used it to plant beans but find I get a better stand
    with the planter. Most of my clover plots have been frost seeded with my 4 wheeler