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Discussion Board - Re: Question on discing crops under.

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07-21-2012 07:12:04

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I've been wondering about the wisdom of it too. Unless it's just some kind of a pride thing. They don't want the neighbors to see such a mess. Even though the neighbors looks the same way. Or maybe getting even. "Not gonna make a crop? TAKE THAT!".

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07-21-2012 09:58:47

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 Re: Question on discing crops under. in reply to rrlund, 07-21-2012 07:12:04  

I don't think a crop takes up much fertilizer when it's dry. I've fertilized pastures well with chicken litter the last 2 years, which were dry, about like Gary describes. I sold cows, bought some back in the winter. This year we had good early rain, not great, but good, and adequate rainfall so far this summer. The grass has grown and is dark green and tall. I don't think turning the crop under wiil hurt and it might help keep fertilizer. I would do soil tests before applying fertilizer next year, you might not need as much as usual.


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Larry NEIL

07-21-2012 12:02:31

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 Re: Question on discing crops under. in reply to KEH, 07-21-2012 09:58:47  
Gary, real sorry tohear that for You and all others in the same boat. Mother nature sure has pooped all over a lot of folks this year!!

Larry NEIL

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Fullers Farmalls

07-24-2012 20:53:30

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 Re: Question on discing crops under. in reply to Larry NEIL, 07-21-2012 12:02:31  
Had she pooped we would be happy, lots of nutrients in that stuff. More like a big fart that was dry as a bone.

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