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Old 05-28-2009, 05:01 PM
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kdsberman
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Default RE: Forage Soybeans

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I wouldn't recommend just broadcasting them and cultipacking without disking/tilling the ground first. If that is your only food plot technique option for now, I'd suggest either frost seeding some clover into an area for a perennial plot or broadcasting a mix of wheat, oats and Austrian winter peas in mid-September for a fall hunting plot.



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I might be interested in buying some...ill let you know.

I have a couple questions though:

1) Can I just spread the seed and work it over with a lawn roller? I dont have access to anything bigger really.

2) Is it still an ok time to plant them?

Thanks

Actually, I do have access to a tractor and a small disc. So, i do plan on working the ground first, definetly. But I dont have access to a drill, so i was hoping broadcasting it and working it in would work.
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