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Discussion Board - Crop Following Fried Corn

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fergienewbee

07-18-2012 02:33:27
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About half my food plot corn is smoked. I don't think any amount of rain will bring it back. Thinking of discing and planting some thing else. My chioces, time wise, buckwheat, millet, or one of the clovers, crimson maybe. I don't think there's enough moisture in the ground to get anything to germinate without a good rain first. Thoughts?

Larry




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donjr

07-23-2012 11:35:00
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 Re: Crop Following Fried Corn in reply to fergienewbee, 07-18-2012 02:33:27  
Throw a bit of canola seed out, too. They love the stuff---



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fergienewbee

07-18-2012 09:54:51
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 Re: Crop Following Fried Corn in reply to fergienewbee, 07-18-2012 02:33:27  
Thanks all. Oats or wheat it is.

Larry



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old

07-18-2012 13:02:30
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 Re: Crop Following Fried Corn in reply to fergienewbee, 07-18-2012 09:54:51  
Well if it is like it is here there you pretty much only have the choice of a good crop of dust till you /we get rain.



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jackinok

07-18-2012 13:53:47
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 Re: Crop Following Fried Corn in reply to old, 07-18-2012 13:02:30  
i agree there,i ran the disc over some oat stubble thinking that breaking the crust may help some soak in, but even that may have been a waste of gas. some one typed in a 10% chance of rain next week ,but i think it was simply because they were tired of typing zeros. As much as i dislike using the thing,i may have to dig out grandads old lister planter and see if i can make it work.it hasnt been used in fifty years. might just pull all the old planting gear off and list it up and leave it all winter.

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jackinok

07-18-2012 06:45:28
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 Re: Crop Following Fried Corn in reply to fergienewbee, 07-18-2012 02:33:27  
Depends on where your at of course,but here i plant oats a lot in the fall. Might not work where your at if you have bad winters because they will freeze kill. Winter wheat maybe?its kind of a staple food for deer here, and it MIGHT handle dry conditions better than clover or something. Sudan or sorghum does pretty good here in the dry but its awful late. I would check into wheat myself.We used to plant it right in the standing corn rows.And i'm rebuilding my old drill made for that. I planted some durana clover late last fall and it did fairly well,but we had just enough rain over the winter to keep it going and a pretty mild winter. You could have a problem with clover or something if you gave your corn a lot of nitrogen also. I would vote for wheat. doesnt take much to get a fair stand and you probably could just sow and disc it lightly in a food plot.Last year we were in pretty much the same boat,i mixed oats wheat and rygrass in the drill,and it did good.

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rrlund

07-18-2012 06:34:29
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 Re: Crop Following Fried Corn in reply to fergienewbee, 07-18-2012 02:33:27  
It's gonna be tough to get anything to germinate without some moisture,but oats would be a cheap alternative and would probably even head out before it freezes. Assuming you haven't sprayed it with something that would keep them from growing of course.



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fergienewbee

07-18-2012 04:28:12
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 Re: Crop Following Fried Corn in reply to fergienewbee, 07-18-2012 02:33:27  
Bud;

Already have part of the plot in cow peas. They are alive, but grazed heavily. Actually, I have three plots with cow peas, one of my favorites.

Larry



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Bud Soda

07-18-2012 03:41:52
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 Re: Crop Following Fried Corn in reply to fergienewbee, 07-18-2012 02:33:27  
Iron Clay cow peas



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Bud Soda

07-18-2012 03:41:33
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 Re: Crop Following Fried Corn in reply to fergienewbee, 07-18-2012 02:33:27  
Iron Clay cow peas



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