what to plant

7/21/14 @ 5:44 PM
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serious fisherman
serious fisherman
USER since 6/28/08
Alright so heres the deal, i have an open strip about 75 yards wide and 500 yards long then turns at the end like an L and runs 200 yards that way. normally i work it up and the farmer plants it in corn or beans for me each spring then i leave it al winter for the deer. i was too busy at work this spring and never got it worked up so unfortunately for me no crops got planted. my question is what do you think would be worth while to plant in there now this late in the year? it has woods down one side and one end, bean field on other end and open grass on the other side. i have a few turnip food plots near by. what would be a good idea in your opinion?
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7/23/14 @ 10:48 AM
badgerfowl
badgerfowl
USER since 10/1/12
You could go with a mix of ground hog radish, winter rye, and clover. Or a brassica mix of purple top turnips, dwarf Essex rape, and ground hog radish. Or a clover mix if you want some in a perennial plot.

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