I have a new clover plot. Put in this Spring. Quite a bit of foxtail in it but alota clover too. I have been whipping the fox back. Now it is drying. I can get a hose to it to water. Should I ? And how much should I water it? I figure clover is tough. Maybe it just needs a good wetting down with my hose. ? New at this irrigation of food plots. Thanks
So I'm closing on a small piece of property in Taylor county. 14 acres of half grass half timber with a creek running through the middle. To say I'm excited is an understatement. Im already mapping out what improvements but first im putting up a couple cellular cams. Anyone ever hunt that county or area? I live in NC Iowa. Also I'm paying less than 1k an acre!!! Once in a lifetime find imo.
Don't know what everyone is using but I'm always looking for a cheaper post. Found this one at Menards for $.99. Five foot plastic garden stake. I plan on drilling a starter hole for these rather than pound them much. My ground has turned to concrete. Probably don't even need a insulator but using one anyway. Although flimsy I will also be trying a 5' piece of 3/4" pvc to see how they hold up. I tried some sunn hemp for screening but need a whole field of it to keep the deer from destroying it.
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