Yep. You can't throw a rock and not hit a seed dealer by me. Some of them are my customers and I take good care of them. In return, I get all kinds of free corn and beans. The corn doesn't do me any good, but I'll fall plant beans as long as they keep coming for free. I'm even mixing in some group 3 beans into my plot next year, along with my group 00 beans.I get my beans and corn for free.....leftovers from planting season in farm country!
Doc.....you must have some deer numbers! They certainly seem to like it, but they seem to be able to beat it down and keep it there as well. You mention having the mix made by your local guy.... I do this all the time. Seldom is it the same varieties, but with a local co-op or even the internet, once you have the glossy bag label it's fairly easy to replicate with decent success....typically at a cheaper cost. If you by chance have that product tag it may help some others if you can share it.... That was sort of my intent with this thread was to share the product mix in these fancy bags and share results of them to sort of help folks replicate/reverse engineer their own.Here are a few pics that are the local seed blend. It’s roughly a 3/4 acre plot.
A few weeks after planting-
A few more weeks later-
Edited: wrong picture
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