Beans putting on pods

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  1. ojibwa62

    ojibwa62 12 pointer

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    And they are loaded..

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  2. invasion36

    invasion36 8 pointer

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    I don’t think mine have pods yet and half the field is waist tall. Not sure when they will pod
     
  3. ojibwa62

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    I planted mine a bit early I think.
    No where near waist high , deer are keeping them at about 2'..
     
  4. carnivore

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    Any blooms or did they die when you sprayed
     
  5. carnivore

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    Mine are 12-24 depending on the spot and browse pressure. The waist high growth has me jealous of his E fence.
    Mine have a bunch of small flowers and some beans. I think im 2-3 weeks behind you.
     
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  6. invasion36

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    Nothing died. Lol. I didn’t mix it right. Too light.
     
  7. invasion36

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    So I have some areas that are 18-24 inches. Those areas nipped off a bit. But then there is quite a bit that is waste high, let’s say 30 inches cause that’s what size pants i wear, especially where the lay of the land is a tad higher. I think it’s higher there because when we did get flooding rains after I planted these areas didn’t hold water. Leaves are really big too. Over all I am very pleased with how my plot turned out for a first time “farmer”. Lol. The weird thing is it’s not out of the question to see 8-10 doe within couple hundred yards of my plot in the evenings when I leave but seem to only get one big girl on camera and she comes from the opposite direction of where I see the others. I have 3 others a mom and what looks like her 2 from last year which one is a spike that roam the property but have yet to get pics of them eating in it. But they eat the corn on the other side of my place. I know they know it’s there cause they came out the other evening when I was spraying plot and they saw me.
     
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  8. carnivore

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    Give it time. A quart per acre takes time to work but it will (assuming you used that much). I thought the same thing because im used to a real hot mix that burns stuff fast.
     
  9. invasion36

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    It called for 2 1/2 ounces per gallon. I used 2 1/2 ounces per 2gallons. Got in a hurry because I ingot out there later than expected. Wife wanted to go out and I was not planning on it.
     
  10. ojibwa62

    ojibwa62 12 pointer

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    Wait, so you are blaming this on your wife..:p
     
  11. invasion36

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    Well if it keeps me from feeling as if it was my fault then yes. Lol

    I actually just resprayed the plot. The grass is starting to yellow a little bit but the ragweed is not.
     
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  12. Drahts

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    ragweed is tough, it will take a lil longer to show an effect.
     
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  13. invasion36

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    I was out there again today as I am building my first box blind, and told the wife I don’t think ragweed can be killed. That stuff is tough.
     
  14. Feedman

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    It is getting tougher now in this hit weather. We sprayed some pasture fields earlier with 1 quart of 24-D per acre an it wiped it put.
     
  15. Drahts

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    another thing is timing of when you spray this time of year. You want to spray herbicide when the plants are in their growing stage. Once we reach @90 ish degrees in the heat of the afternoon the plant shuts down and won't uptake the herbicide as good as it does early in the morning or late evening.
     
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