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    Here’s some good info on selection and why deer select one plot over another. Probably surprise you

    https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcas...=1000508388315
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    Quote Originally Posted by Duckman#1 View Post
    Here’s some good info on selection and why deer select one plot over another. Probably surprise you

    https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcas...=1000508388315

    Thanks man.

    Got a buddy that is on road a lot on construction sales. He is always telling us about their podcasts

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    Quote Originally Posted by bigtimeduckhunter View Post
    2,4-DB will handle any broadleaf weeds but is safe on clover. I have been working on a couple plots over the last few years, trying to clean up weeds and improve the fertility.
    One improvement I made this year was adding Prodiamine and halosulfuron. The Prodiamine goes down in late spring to help prevent crabgrass. The halo is early summer for nutsedge or kyllinga.

    Here is the mix I used in mid March and mid May; all 4 products sprayed in
    12 oz/ Ac Cleth
    32 oz/ Ac 2,4-DB
    1 oz Halosulfuron(only May app)
    21 oz/ Ac Prodiamine(only may app)
    Just don't hit your plots with this if you have chicory blended with the clover.
    Carolina Counsel

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    Quote Originally Posted by Carolina Counsel View Post
    Just don't hit your plots with this if you have chicory blended with the clover.

    Thanks

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    Quote Originally Posted by StrutnBPS View Post
    That's nice. I want some variety on one of the tracts I hunt, but it's sandy. I've got the PH about where I want it, but I still can't get much to grow that good. Rye, Oats, Crimson, are about the only things that do well.

    I've tried turnips, radish, etc. The radish will come up about two inches then just disappear. I don't know if it's lack of sun or what.
    Corn out of a bag does great anywhere dont have to worry about the soil PH.. It will draw in plenty of them little bucks that you like to shoot at!

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