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Discussion in 'Habitat Improvement' started by rutnbuk, Nov 2, 2020.
What is this in my clover plot and how do I get rid of it without harming my clover?
Looks like broom sage . Most usually you will need to apply lime.
What are your phosphate levels. If they are low, broom sage will grow
I have no idea. Clover grows really well here. There was clover in the plot so I have just been attempting to get it thicker. I have sprayed it with Cleth but I can’t get rid of this stuff. I am planning on doing soil samples this spring.
Apply lime and it will go away. Do your spring soil samples and they will tell you how much you need.
Yup broom sage is all over my poor soil areas.
Agree it’s broomsage.
Plots with the right lime are insanely more attractive to deer
Could be little bluestem. I can't tell the difference and I have 2 acres of little blue
Someone recently told me deer that eat sage taste terrible and not to eat meat in areas that its prolific. Any truth to this?
Different sage, but yes.
Should make decent breakfast sausage at least lol.
My Loved One grows and cooks with the stuff (sage) I usually pull the spruce tree branches out of my food but I may not taste very good.
Contrary to our Kentucky dialect, broomsedge is just that, sedge. Not sage
Yes, it is 12.
Out west sage is a aromatic plant that does effect meat but I must say I love those speed goats raised on it!