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Re: Food Plots
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From Osseo MN
Posts: 130
Bottle bass I gonna send you a p.m.

Posted on: 5/15 15:04:28
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Re: Food Plots
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12/11/2011
From mora mn
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I'm putting in soybeans corn clover rye sugar beats brassicas and winter peas this year. Not all together but throughout all of ours. Going to missouri this weekend to plant sugar beats and beans. Have some clover planted already. Beans and corn going in next week around home

Posted on: 5/15 18:24:19
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Re: Food Plots
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12/18/2012
From South Minneapolis
Posts: 1570
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GGGhuntnfish wrote:
Bottle bass I gonna send you a p.m.


I appreciate your help! Unfortunately the PMs aren't working. It says I have 2 in my inbox but when I open it there are none to read... I think maybe it's because yo udidn't put a subject in there?

Posted on: 5/16 10:13:59
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Re: Food Plots
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From Coon Rapids
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FYI: Last weekend Costco had 6-7ft apple trees - including Honeycrisp for 21.99. Some were flowering. A little expensive for food plots, but it sure makes the neighbors happy in the fall.

Posted on: 5/16 11:20:35
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Re: Food Plots
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12/18/2012
From South Minneapolis
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That is a really good deal... wish I would have known about it. Although I'm thinking i'll be done planting trees for a while after all the work it was to do these spruce trees.

Posted on: 5/16 12:33:39
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Re: Food Plots
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From mora mn
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Acre half forage beans half acre sugar beats and about a tenth acre maybe of ladino clover in the shaded area.
All surounded by AG corn so hoping the beans hold up to the browsing into season. If not broadcast brassicas on it

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Posted on: Yesterday 10:39:48
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Re: Food Plots
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From mora mn
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1/2 acre we cleared this spring. Planted clover and rye. Reseeded more clover today but need rain. Will cleth it all later to kill weeds and rye and possibly plant some sort of brassicas this fall for first year if doesn't fill in good enough.


Also killed off another acre for a fall plot and killed 1/3 acre of winter rye from last year for winter peas and possibly rye for this fall.

Now just need good rain down here for the year which lately has been no the hardest part

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Posted on: Yesterday 14:32:41
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Re: Food Plots
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From South Minneapolis
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Looks good Sundie, that's a lot of work and maintenance! Yeah where is all our rain? Was really hoping I wouldn't have to water all the trees this much...

Posted on: Today 7:12:39
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