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Discussion in 'Arkansas Flyway Forum' started by Fishun Injun, Jan 26, 2017.
10-4. I've hunted only in it one season.
Pinnie, I ain't doubting what you say but that photo is either a little out of kilter or that's a corn on a hillside. If the latter how you flooding all that corn to the ear?
I'm not hating on what you do, but how that falls under "natural agricultural practice" I'll never understand. Every farmer I know wants as much tillable ground as possible, and as much seed in that ground as possible.
That's no different than throwing bagged corn out. But it's a legal loophole so carry on with it.
Its an illusion, I guess. it is all river bottom land. Very flat , except for the levees. Pics we taken looking down from levee.
Are planting that with a planter? If so you might try some strips of milo. Providing you're planting non GMO corn, you could use atrizine and metolachlor at planting for weed and grass herbicide. If you plan on applying nitrogen at the V5 stage, then you can feed corn and milo all with the same levels of nitrogen at the same time. Or you can put 100% of you fertilize down right before planting.
Yes, It is planted with a planter. Corn gets fertilized, but no herbicide. the strips are mostly wild millet, but also, foxtail, panic grass, sprangletop, and whatever else is in the seed bank.
Why don't you use any herbicide? That crabgrass is using up alot of your nitrogen.
Panic grass... I've had some of that stuff!
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