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post #21 of 41 (permalink) Old 08-27-2013, 08:13 PM Thread Starter
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It's been real hot and dry for 3 weeks are farmer has the wells running in the Beans .
I brought my pump out today, when the water gets close I'm going to pump it over the levy to. My new sugar beet plots.
I think about Friday it will be down to me
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post #22 of 41 (permalink) Old 08-28-2013, 02:37 AM
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We got rain yesterday here in Ohio. Looks like like food plots in PA will have to wait till next spring, no equipment available. I was hyped up to put my first fall plot in. I think I will still go help with the propane line work and put out some mineral sites. I still get a small get away but not a high productive one.
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well that stinks HM

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I had to go water a few plots late this afternoon for about two hours upper 90s high humidity sun burning me up
Hope the deer are happy I'm drained

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Soaked the last few plots this afternoon
Went a lot better had some shade to hold the 2" hose
Ii am ready for cool weather for sure
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We got rain yesterday here in Ohio. Looks like like food plots in PA will have to wait till next spring, no equipment available. I was hyped up to put my first fall plot in. I think I will still go help with the propane line work and put out some mineral sites. I still get a small get away but not a high productive one.
HM, get a bag of throw N grow. use a garden rake to clean and scratch an area up spread seed rake again and done. better than nothing and just mite stop that big one long enough to let some air out of him

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delbert I was in the same boat here but last few days we were in the hish 70's-80's thunder storms ever night so the plot got a good soaking was nervous as one storm dumped 3" in an hout but the Plot held up great & is now growing fast have rain showers all weekend & into next week
I planted anouther yesterday don't have much hope for it but will see what happens

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I did get the propane line ran. 200' through shale rock and tree roots. Lucky there were three of us. The food plots had a small amount of clover still in them so they will wait till next late spring to redo. We did put out 4 mineral sites. Saw a few fresh bear tracks and many deer runs.
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Food plot update



Still no rain 4 weeks in, i am ready for a good one but i dont see it
2 game wardens snuck up on me a few seconds after the last pic today to see if i had any problems , it was all good
glad to see them once in a while
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Watering again

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