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    If you have to ask, maybe your tooo dumb to be planting them. Just thinking out loud...
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    Imagine how late they would be if you worked five days a week hahahahaha
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    exactly
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    Must be nice

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    Quote Originally Posted by Highstrung View Post
    Ours went in yesterday

    Corn, the next couple of days

    Pre emergents went down Friday before the rain on Saturday, everything is no till

    Millet will be later on down the line
    Did y’all try the Zidua? We are putting them in the ground next week.


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    Two years ago, I don't think our application was great though

    We're just moving and alternating crops now

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    corn finished Saturday am

    And now there's precipitation

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    I hope June 4 isn't too late to plant sunflowers because I'm having to replant today. We finally got rain this week and it's obvious that most of the seed got cooked in the dry dirt before the water came. There was some sprouted in the partially shaded spots but it was mostly barren. In a cruel joke from Mother Nature, now I'm having to take a break from planting because it is pouring down now even though the weather radar shows it clear.

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    Nothing but dove proso and brown top for me. No spraying, deer issues just bush hog and burn in strips. Cheap easy and works great
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    Well, those seeds from the first planting didn't die in the hot dry dirt and have sprouted along with the second planting. I'll have plants of staggered ages along crooked crisscrossing rows with lots of weeds, unless the Imox is a miracle weed killer. Dogs are going to get plenty of work trying to find birds this year, if the birds decide to show.

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    Is that the dog you’re gonna use?

    Seed is funny stuff. Two years ago, we had some cotton sit in the ground for a month before it decided to come up, and once it matured you couldn’t really tell a difference between it and the rest. That was one of those perfect storm things, though.

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    Quote Originally Posted by wskinner View Post
    Is that the dog you’re gonna use?
    Actually, she's my deer trail dog and a pretty good one. She goes on the dove hunts and has retrieved a few but she has a bird dog that does all that menial fetching stuff.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Duckman#1 View Post
    Nothing but dove proso and brown top for me. No spraying, deer issues just bush hog and burn in strips. Cheap easy and works great
    Do you seem to draw plenty of birds with just the Millet combo?

    How do you burn without burning up the seeds? I tried burning years ago but the stalk and seed burned too
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    There’s some folk near me that don’t plant their sunflowers until late August and they don’t even worry about rows. They seem to do just fine based off all the shooting I hear every year.

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    PB--worse things could happen, right?

    it'll be interesting to see how those rows mature.
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    Phase one of the millet went in this weekend.

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    prayers sent
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