The Renovation Blues

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Re: The Renovation Blues

Postby Kenlofarms » Tue Jul 24, 2018 11:01 am

BlondeD, this is off subject but if you are looking for a new tenant i can be reached at kenlofarms@gmail.com.
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Re: The Renovation Blues

Postby BlondeD » Tue Jul 24, 2018 11:12 am

.....I've got a small herd started back. Will carry on and hopefully retire from my "real" job and have things back on the tracks.....in a few years..??!!! Thanks..
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Re: The Renovation Blues

Postby Lazy M » Thu Jul 26, 2018 10:28 am

BlondeD wrote:.....Asking for thoughts on seeding in any clovers this fall or early winter. I'm spot spraying now....trying to finish up before August 1 and let any residues from the chemicals fade out. 4 months should be enough (according to labels), but with the heavy weed infestation I've been fighting, I might want to go through another year before putting clovers and $$ back in.
Any thoughts are welcome.......

Whenever you're ready to reintroduce clover, I'd consider broadcasting some clover seed late winter/early spring and let the freeze/thaw cycle work it into the ground.
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