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S.T.Fanatic

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This picture taken July 6 shows the plot filled in with winter wheat. The dark brown heads are the Barley about 3 weeks past maturity and heavily thinned out by the deer.

Later in the summer this spot was a complete fail on my brassica planting because the cereal seed germinated and out competed everything. Which is the biggest reason I try to only plant awnless varieties.


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Pretty excited for this combo come late season. The bare spots will get filled in with PTT.


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This is a small patch of lambs quarter that I missed with the sprayer in the beet N beans plot. Just goes to show you that no mater what you have planted nature can provide something better at certain times of the season.


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And heavily browsed ragweed right on the edge of the beet N beans plot.


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Bassattackr

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Re: Awnless Wheat - Assuming because they pick the heads clean?

Great pics!
 

S.T.Fanatic

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I didn't get pictures because it was to dark. I was down to my beet and bean plot last night. It looks as if my beets have doubled in size in the last two weeks. The rain we have gotten the past two weeks has been a God send.
 

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June 28


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July 9


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Bill

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Toss in some brassicas then come back with rye. That field will be green for a long time.
 

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My buckwheat is spotty from all of the competition but it is getting eaten.


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S.T.Fanatic

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Toss in some brassicas then come back with rye. That field will be green for a long time.

Guess what I did this evening?


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This is one of those plots that I mentioned over seeding with turnips in another post this morning. I also over seed all of my soybean plots with turnips.
 

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The beans are finally starting to get ahead of the deer. The sugar beats are coming along nicely and will have no problem reaching football size by the time the ground freezes. The PTT i over seeded on the last trip down have germinated and are about 1/2 inch tall. I also noticed a couple of PTT that must have germinated from last years planting that went to seed and are about the size of golf balls. There must have been enough weed cover that when I sprayed the small plants were missed. I also spent about half an hour pulling some RRPW. I think I pretty much have most of it pulled now.


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