I started a thread on here this spring looking for advice http://deerhunterforum.com/index.ph...-looking-for-some-advice-on-my-property.5766/ Needles to say, I got too busy and never got anything planted except the septic field area. That was a pretty easy plant as I had to import almost 100 yards of topsoil. Needless To say, everything is growing great in that area. I used a product called Bucks Banquet from my co op with some oats. Didn't get it planted till early June but it took off and is growing great. So today I got the lab results back from Whitetail Institute Which show the following PH 5.7 Phosphorous 5 ppm Potassium 68 ppm Calcium 1189 ppm Magnesium 153 ppm I stated I wanted to grow imperial clover and the recommendation was 3750 lbs of lime, 15lbs of nitrogen,120 lbs of phosphate and 120 lbs of potash per acre After talking with my guy at the co op, he told me that I should put all the lime in and till it. Seed it and spread 250 lbs of 6-24-24 fertilizer per acre and hit it again with another 250 lbs of the 6-24-24 fertilizer in the spring. Thoughts and recommendations? I just did sprayed everything with glyphosate last week and probably going to kill the remainder off one more time. I'm going to spread the lime with a skid steer and shake it in place, then I'll till with a rototiller attachment. I'll probably have to wait a week or two before I plant as I'm crazy busy with work. My plan is to use clover and Oats this fall and get everything planted by late August or Early September. I'm probably going to try an acre or so of the imperial clover to see what the fuss is all about and see if it's worth the money. I'm going to be planting 3 acres this time and the plots have some dividers like a stream and a driveway between them. Going to try a few different clovers and see which one does the best as I may have to frost seed if one doesn't do well in my area. So far I'm thinking Ladino, Durana, and Imperial and maybe even the Jumbo Ladino. Guy at the coop said I should plant at least two different clovers in each plot and he suggested a red clover. So each plt would be one of the whites and some red mixed in. Thoughts please? I'm also wondering if I should add a Chicory in my plots? Not sure if it's going to get too busy with each area having two different clovers, oats and chicory? Any advice would be appreciated. I've been doing a lot of planning and work to get this property ready.