Favorite Fall Plot mix

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  1. Creeks

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    What clovers did you plant Great White....
     
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    Red, ladino and crimson.

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    More Wildlife BRT Buck Stopper-Brassica,Radish,Turnip- July 15 to August 15 Planting in the Northeast
     
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    Brassica mixes, deer eat the tops when it’s cold and the bulbs when it’s even colder. I plant lots.

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    I planted some cow peas about 6 weeks ago, they got about 6” tall then my deer destroyed them. I had 2-2 acre or so plots This pic is after
     

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    I've had mixed results with cowpeas. I tried the pea, oats and arrowhead clover mix back a couple years ago and before the peas could really kick into gear they ate them down to nothing. I still like the idea but I think I will mix in buckwheat next time. Did you mix anything else in? What part of Oklahoma? I am planting a good amount of sunn hemp next year with Catjang peas.
     
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    On our other property I had only planted cowpeas with great success, but our new place has lots of doe that demolished the plot. Now I am going to wait until September 1st And put in winter wheat and some sugar beets/turnips.

    We are in Binger, Ok
     
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    Good 'ol Binger! I used to hunt out in Cogar. I just bought all my fall plot seed of barley, cereal rye, bayou kale, sugar beets and a couple of clovers. Being that close to Binger/Ft. Cobb have you ever thought about planting peanuts for summer plots?
     
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    A go to for me would be oats, peas, radish, winfred brassica, turnip, kale, and annual clovers (crimson and berseem).
     
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    Winter wheat, winter rye and oats! Deer on my farm wont touch brassicas!!
     
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    Fertilize them brassicas( wink)
     
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