1/4 acre plot

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  1. DaveO

    DaveO 6 pointer

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    Is July 26 too early to plant fall plot? Sugar beats, turnips, etc. ???
     
  2. OLE RASPY

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  4. B Hicks

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    Aug 10-15 for turnips/radishes, then go back over it with winter wheat/rye around September 1
     
  5. davers

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    My Grandfather always said: Plant Turnips the 25th of July wet or dry.
     
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  6. DH13

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    Mid to late August on a dark moon. Winter wheat September on a light moon.
     
  7. OLE RASPY

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    I’m gonna plant mine when I get them late August, first of September
     
  8. Stone Branch

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    I sprinkled radish, clover, rape, and wheat seeds yesterday before the rain. In Iowa, I liked to get my brassicas all planted in early July.

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  9. clovis67

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    Mid July is great time to plant brassicas.... wait until September in dry conditions and you got a recipe for disaster.
     
  10. GTbowhunter

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    I plant my turnips the 1st week of september. Brassicas are a late season food source and a damn fine one. Give it a shot, planting it in sept. As long as your soil temps are conducive, you'll be fine.
     
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