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These fish are a little over a year old now, stocked March of last year

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Re: What I'm seeing today

Postby Cross-7 » Sun Jul 02, 2017 2:50 pm

Bigfoot wrote:Lunch on the trail
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Reminded of when I was a kid with my dad.
If you wanted to eat you'd pack a lunch.
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Re: What I'm seeing today

Postby greatgerts » Mon Jul 03, 2017 9:12 am

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This field was so thick in the brush... The one I'm on now is even thicker... Get it mowed then spray the heck out of it if I can find a big enough sprayer. My 30 gallon is no match for this area!
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Postby skyhightree1 » Wed Jul 05, 2017 9:20 am

greatgerts wrote:Image


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This field was so thick in the brush... The one I'm on now is even thicker... Get it mowed then spray the heck out of it if I can find a big enough sprayer. My 30 gallon is no match for this area!


I would suggest building a 300 gallon sprayer out of a old tote its simple and fairly cheap.
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Re: What I'm seeing today

Postby greatgerts » Wed Jul 05, 2017 10:59 am

skyhightree1 wrote:
greatgerts wrote:Image


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This field was so thick in the brush... The one I'm on now is even thicker... Get it mowed then spray the heck out of it if I can find a big enough sprayer. My 30 gallon is no match for this area!


I would suggest building a 300 gallon sprayer out of a old tote its simple and fairly cheap.


I have been working with a buddy to get one built.
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Re: What I'm seeing today

Postby skyhightree1 » Wed Jul 05, 2017 2:51 pm

greatgerts wrote:
skyhightree1 wrote:
greatgerts wrote:Image


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This field was so thick in the brush... The one I'm on now is even thicker... Get it mowed then spray the heck out of it if I can find a big enough sprayer. My 30 gallon is no match for this area!


I would suggest building a 300 gallon sprayer out of a old tote its simple and fairly cheap.


I have been working with a buddy to get one built.


I use to build them for folks all you need is square tube for the booms tank hose nozzles and a electric pump and a trailer to put it on then your in business if you need help with the design or questions pm me
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Re: What I'm seeing today

Postby RiverHills » Wed Jul 05, 2017 8:58 pm

greatgerts wrote:Image


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This field was so thick in the brush... The one I'm on now is even thicker... Get it mowed then spray the heck out of it if I can find a big enough sprayer. My 30 gallon is no match for this area!



I have some new fields that look like that. What's your plan to get them back?
I was planning on spraying them before mowing.
Using remedy along with something else but don't know what yet.
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Re: What I'm seeing today

Postby greatgerts » Thu Jul 06, 2017 6:36 am

RiverHills wrote:
greatgerts wrote:Image


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This field was so thick in the brush... The one I'm on now is even thicker... Get it mowed then spray the heck out of it if I can find a big enough sprayer. My 30 gallon is no match for this area!



I have some new fields that look like that. What's your plan to get them back?
I was planning on spraying them before mowing.
Using remedy along with something else but don't know what yet.


After mowing, I will start spraying. Might only get one good hit this year, and then have to get back on it next year. Been using Grazon Next with good results on my other fields.
With the fields being mowed, I might have my cousin come over and spray with his sprayer until I get mine built. I much rather just do it all myself rather than relying on others though. He's got one of those big "airplane" sprayers, I think the brand is Terra-Gator.
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Re: What I'm seeing today

Postby ddd75 » Thu Jul 06, 2017 10:29 am

i'd graze those fields.
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Re: What I'm seeing today

Postby RiverHills » Thu Jul 06, 2017 7:50 pm

greatgerts wrote:
RiverHills wrote:
greatgerts wrote:Image


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This field was so thick in the brush... The one I'm on now is even thicker... Get it mowed then spray the heck out of it if I can find a big enough sprayer. My 30 gallon is no match for this area!




I have some new fields that look like that. What's your plan to get them back?
I was planning on spraying them before mowing.
Using remedy along with something else but don't know what yet.


After mowing, I will start spraying. Might only get one good hit this year, and then have to get back on it next year. Been using Grazon Next with good results on my other fields.
With the fields being mowed, I might have my cousin come over and spray with his sprayer until I get mine built. I much rather just do it all myself rather than relying on others though. He's got one of those big "airplane" sprayers, I think the brand is Terra-Gator.


Do you think there​ will be enough foliage for the chemical to get a good kill on the sprouts after mowing?
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Re: What I'm seeing today

Postby greatgerts » Fri Jul 07, 2017 6:36 am

ddd75 wrote:i'd graze those fields.


Cows had been on it since April.
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