It’s been a good month since I last posted. I think my chainsaws are still cooling down I dropped so many trees. I was working toward my goal of more sun on the ground. For those in northern regions you’ll probably be able to relate to these over crowded balsams who then lose all their lower limbs and just block out the sun. Well, My buddy and I cut 3 days straight to expand, create, and clean up some new food plots. Last year I learned early on I needed to double my food. Mission accomplished. Next year I need to buy or rent a chipper. I’ve made a hell of a mess over the past several seasons.
Oh yea, crab apples still doing great, miscanthus year 1 continues to impress.
All food plots are limed, seeded, & fertilized. I plan to over seed with WR in about a month. Maybe fertilize again. I have another 200 lbs that can be put down, but really like to see some rain.
Newest food plot which technically just ties into my original two. They just snake through the woods like a golf course now.
Screening up, more stone over the roots and some serious pruning was required. I also kind of use the ground around the apples as an exclusion cage to see how the plants are growing.
Any thoughts of putting mulch over the top of the stone?
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