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Discussion in 'Deer Management, Habitat & Conservation' started by seth_turner_04, Oct 28, 2010.
At this when clover tops get eaten are they done till next spring when they start growing again?
I think it will grow some more this fall if we ever get some rain, mine hasn't done mush since I mowed it last week but it is very dry up there.
It's dry up in NEMO but my clover is still doing well, only two light frosts so far. Looks My Progressive Farmer pegged the weather just right. We are in for a La Nina dry fall.
I wish we could get atleast some rain. My turnips are looking like crap except for the ones that grew huge before it dried out. Only good thing about this dry weather is the deer will wake me up from my nap before they get too close so I can shoot them.