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Re: Food Plots
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From Osseo MN
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I was surprised by 23 days of growth from the brassica plot planted on July 28 that sprouted August 2nd or 3rd. Some oat and wheat mixed in also. The soybeans and winter peas that I mixed in were devoured already.

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Posted on: 2018/8/28 11:10
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Re: Food Plots
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Where it butts up to clover plot on north side of field. All the clover plots were mowed for the last time this last weekend.

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Posted on: 2018/8/28 11:12
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Re: Food Plots
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From South Minneapolis
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We didn't get our food plot (brassicas) planted until around August 7th because we were waiting for rain, it rained once then no rain for more than 2 weeks so I was afraid it might be dead. It's actually doing really well growing like crazy this year.

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Posted on: 2018/8/28 11:19
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Re: Food Plots
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Looks good. How tall would you say your Brassicas are? ours is about 10 inch

Posted on: 2018/8/28 11:33
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Re: Food Plots
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I'd say 8-10" so far. They really went nuts with the last rain and heat.

Posted on: 2018/8/28 11:36
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Re: Food Plots
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From mora mn
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Looks great bottlebass and ggg we are finally getting rain on our Missouri property since I reaseaded 2 weeks ago. excited to see what they look like

Posted on: 2018/8/28 14:29
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Re: Food Plots
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From Osseo MN
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Hail storm from last week tore up lots of leaves in my brassica plot. Looks sad now compared to before. Put 30 pounds of winter rye over it to fill in gaps. Hope it rebounds.

Posted on: 2018/8/31 19:01
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Re: Food Plots
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From South Minneapolis
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That sucks! I'm trying to just leave ours alone until hunting season now so won't have another update until bow season starts... Hope its doin OK.

Posted on: 2018/9/1 7:06
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