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  1. ScentLokSoldierUSA

    ScentLokSoldierUSA Weekend Warrior

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    Since Western WI has received so much rain, some of my plots have washed out. Is there anything that I can still throw down and save these plots?
     
  2. remmett70

    remmett70 Die Hard Bowhunter

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    forage radish.
     
  3. scoot12

    scoot12 Die Hard Bowhunter

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    winter rye.
     
  4. bucksnbears

    bucksnbears Grizzled Veteran

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    rye/oats/winter wheat.
    plenty of time for them yet.
     
  5. Bear bow shooter

    Bear bow shooter Weekend Warrior

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    What did you have planted before?The stuff mentioned here should HELP prevent washing in the future.
     
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    Creeks Weekend Warrior

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    I've got the other problem...No damn rain!
    Creeks
     
  7. arpy00

    arpy00 Newb

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    Ditto for the winter rye. I am in West Central Wisconsin and I do not plat my rye until mid September. The sprouts are just the nice tender size the deer like when I start hunting in October.
     

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