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Discussion Board - Re: Rain what has this year been for you

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Too Far Gone

11-28-2012 07:26:21

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NW Missouri is over 16 inches behind,but grass is still green.It greened up from the 9 inches hurricane Isaac brought,and we've gotten a few inches since,but been dry for over 2 weeks now.Time for another rain.It snowed 2 days ago,and today through Sunday they're calling for 60 degrees and clear.That hurricane saved our pasture grass.I have many dead trees and lost a lot of new seeded grass though.Beans made 2-20 on hill ground.Ive heard 40 to 80 bushel in river bottoms.Corn hear averaged 20-40 bushel this year.One of the most interesting things I noticed was just how tough Clover is.A lot of new seeded clover stood there for months with no rain and one green leaf,and now cows are benefiting from its growth again.Ive seen these years before,so I took my drill and sowed in wheat on my pasture to help my food supply.and its doing well,but everywhere I cut the surface with the drill,everything has recovers 3 or 4 times better than uncut areas of my pasture.Im thinkin maybe cutting roots spurred new root growth.

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