Gents, on our lease we have a narrow pipeline that I planted to MRC last fall. Lime was added at planting since it was a new plot, and as clover will do, it didn’t amount to much until spring of this year. The deer kept it chopped pretty low so it was never mowed except when I mowed the whole lease about three weeks ago. There are a few weeds, a little grass, but the clover, although not thick, is doing pretty well, especially after the rains we’ve had in the last couple weeks. I intended to plant WI clover in it this fall, but I really don’t want to ruin what clover is there. I know from the past that the hogs can’t pick clover seed up, so I’m wondering about just broadcasting the WI clover on top, fertilizing the same way and nothing else. I might spray for grasses, as the weeds won’t give any trouble now. I also thought about running a disc through there with the gangs straight, just to scratch the surface a little. This ground is fairly firm and straight discing wouldn’t kill the clover I don’t think. What opinions would y’all offer ?