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Re: Winter Rye advice needed

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Billy NY

11-09-2013 10:20:08

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I could get away with it here, not sure it would germinate now, but on the hillside here, the sun may warm the soil up enough, for sure it would come up with the other grasses in the spring, I may do the same, if I can get the stack of logs across my garden, so don't have to run on it after fall tillage, surely it would come up in spring. I've had semi composted organic matter with oats in it, tilled into my upper garden and it germinated in the spring, surprised the heck out of me, never thought it would germinate after being in the soil all winter.

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11-10-2013 03:40:01

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 Re: Winter Rye advice needed in reply to Billy NY, 11-09-2013 10:20:08  
I am going to put it in today. I put in a fall green manure crop with cow peas, vetch, and crimson clover along with rye in two seedings a few weeks ago. The first plot did great. The second is much thinner including the rye. This was the 1/4 acre at our house. I have to do the 2 acres at our field which gets all day sun so I am hoping for a bit better result on just rye.

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