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    Anyone have experience with the Firminator G3?

    The woods has the disc, then the spiked roller, then the cultipacker. I have spoken to Swampcat and David Hemley and they both love theirs. Been meaning to catch up with David and watch his work but we are a couple of hours apart and both of us stay busy. Wonder if he wants to plant some plots...
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    Anyone have experience with the Firminator G3?

    While I dont own one, I think the Woods is a significantly better choice than the RTP. The Woods has the spiked roller in addition to the disc and the cultipacker and comes with 2 seed boxes. A third can be added.
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    Year round plots

    SC, When your Durana dies back a little towards the end of summer, does it come back with the cooler weather and rains of fall? Mine does. Sometimes, there will be little more than dirt there around august but by late September if we have had rain and cooler temps that stuff comes back. A very...
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    Year round plots

    Two ways in my opinion and both would work better if you have access to a no till drill. First, plant clover everywhere. Then drill oats,wheat, or rye into it every fall. Second is the Grant Woods Buffalo system where you plant beans every summer then drill rye, brassicas, and some clover into...
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    Spiders in the blind

    Tempo Mix it up in a 2 gallon sprayer. Spray the inside of your blind, outbuildings, eves of your house., etc Spiders, wasp etc will stay gone.
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    Who are you?

    Thanks. What did you fly?
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    Disc vs. tiller

    And that’s the great thing about this forum. Even if we have years of experience, there is always something to be taught and something to be learned. We may all have different thoughts and ideas about what is best but I bet if we compared pictures of our plots there would not be any winners...
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    Water trailer ideas?

    I like your confidence.
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    Water trailer ideas?

    27,000 gallons for one inch on an acre of land. Better be some very small plots.
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    Never tried rapeseed before but am impressed

    Looks great. From what others say, as soon as they learn to eat them it will be hard to grow them.
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    Disc vs. tiller

    With rocks and stumps, I would advise a disc and not the tiller. Tillers make some pretty plots and while I like mine to be pretty, the deer do not care what they look like.
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    A couple more pics

    He is a photo of one of the above plots after a couple of weeks of growth. Didn’t make it to any of the others to get updated pics.
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    Best way to kill clover?

    If I had better dirt I would plant ladino clovers as I think they’re more attractive than Durana clover but Durana is tough. Easy food plot when it’s a perennial clover and you just drill oats through it.
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    Best way to kill clover?

    And my kid will eat it 3 meals a day if available. And he’s in great shape. Told him to enjoy it while it last. Sorry OP. Off topic!
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    Who are you?

    So you’re well acquainted with gnats, heat, and high humidity. Been here most of my life and still hate some things that go with living here.
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    Cereal grains

    Can you mow it?
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    Who are you?

    I live in Perry now. Before that, Roberta.
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    Clover and a drill

    Don’t even have to leave the house to hunt over that one. Just move it to the upwind side of whatever window you’re going to be looking out of.
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    Clover and a drill

    For people in the south or for those up north who have a dry year and your Durana doesn’t do so well, you can drill grains into your clover. This was done with a no till but last year we did it with a John Deere 8300 with single coulters. Worked just as good last year.
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    A couple more pics

    Really wish I could send y’all some. Very sorry for y’all’s drought. Down here in the Deep South, we are a little more accustomed to that kind of weather. It’s horrible watching everything burn up. More so when someone’s living depends on it. Sorry if I mistyped. Don’t have my reading glasses...
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