I mowed my small cover plot for the 2nd time this year. Plot has been planted for 4 years and keeps coming back strong. Used my "brush hog" to mow it. Nothing slows that Kubota down! 😊
🤔 True... Little buggers aren't doing their job! 😳😤. Or!...there are no deer around! Better get some cameras up and check!!
Was there anything you did to get it going so well ,?,,,,ive give up in my garden on grass and been over seeding each year with white dutch clover for the last three ,,,its been hit and miss were its taken ,,,,,,just wonder if there is a way to bring it on ,,,,,
PH test...ha...thats for professionals lol. I just covered the area white. Put 1600 lbs on probably 1/8 acre. Area would not even grow weeds before.Ok thanks ,,,,,,,so thats more then likely whats going on ive spots of high and low ph values ,,,,,,diddnt prep the dirt ,,,,have to do a ph test and figure on spreeding something to bring the ph up
Herd say that ticks dont hang out in clover coverage as much as tall grass / woodlands. ,,Any one figure thats a fact or B.S. ?
Looks like a great plot!
Thanks! That is some great looking clover you have there..as my buddy Swatman would say "it's luscious". 😆 Great video! I love watching ur hog videos, never know what might happen. Gotta agree with KTK about the drama queen thing...just give up the ghost buddy...ur done! 🤣Looks like a great plot!
Cutting is a common thing to do with healthy clover and it helps a bit with grass and broadleaf control as well. I cut in late April and plan to cut again this weekend.
This is a 3 year old plot fenced to keep the hogs out.
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And when they don't behave I poke 'em in the eye with a sharp stick!
As you well know, it's a labor of love for this sport of hunting we all love.Thanks! That is some great looking clover you have there..as my buddy Swatman would say "it's luscious". 😆 Great video! I love watching ur hog videos, never know what might happen. Gotta agree with KTK about the drama queen thing...just give up the ghost buddy...ur done! 🤣
Looks awesome man! That clover just doesn’t do anything for hunting down here. Oats and Rye seem to work best.
Thank you sir. Mostly what it around me is hay fields (timothy, orchard grass and red clover) and corn. The problem with the corn is most of the time the farmers chop it right around the beginning of October...you know when archery starts lol. This leaves my nice green white clover plot as the most appetising thing around. At least at my house. On the family farm we tend to plant a food plot of brassicas and turnips in a field between a swamp and some pines. The deer hammer this pretty hard right into February. I am going to plant a small plot of this at my house soon in an area we cleared off this spring in the middle of my woods. I don't have a large deer herd around my house so smaller plots work well. We have tried planting Rye and the deer around here don't touch it. Just not used to it I guess.Looks awesome man! That clover just doesn’t do anything for hunting down here. Oats and Rye seem to work best.
have probably 20-30 acres that come Up in clover annually...... corn and rice bran are king down here if you can keep the hogs off it