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Author Topic: What is your opinion of the best fall annual to plant. I perfer blends.  (Read 1284 times)

Offline popgunwill

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Just getting some opinions on what I should plant this fall. Our family sold the land we've had for over 20 years and I was the only one hunting it. Had to let it go. It was worth more than we thought.  : Working on a new place, about 200 acres and I have some plans but want some expert advice. HELP


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Offline yari

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up here, it all about turnips, radishes and winter wheat or rye for mid to late season. forage oats are good for early bow season
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Offline Madgomer

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WTI's Powerplant worked very well for me a couple of years ago, plan to try another patch of that later this year.  Last year I planted a bag of Snortwheeze's Buckatash, and that also did well.  Both are blends.  How's your soil quality & moisture in the fall?  Might want to drop a PM to Snort & see if he's selling any of his seed this year.  I have a decent chicory patch and some clover already established, will disk up my oats that are still growing from last fall & probably drop the Powerplant on that spot.
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Offline dave 1211

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tall tine tubers  enough said
time for food plots deer season is coming 10/1/20

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Offline King Ben

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In Oklahoma I had lots of success with turnips.  When I moved to South Carolina I planted them and they wouldn't touch them.  Same for oats, loved them in OK, but not so much in SC.  Either of those are the ones I would go with on a new piece of property.  They both establish quickly and require minimal prep work.  Let us know what you decide.  @--0--0101

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I've had very good luck with clover, oats, and No Plow...
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a mix of winter rye, oats and turnips works great for me.
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Around here it's WTI clover and No Plow.
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