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Hairy Vetch
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BullBuster 10-Aug-18
nutritionist 14-Aug-18
Quinn @work 15-Aug-18
midwest 15-Aug-18
darralld 15-Aug-18
EmbryOklahoma 15-Aug-18
wild1 15-Aug-18
GhostBird 15-Aug-18
BullBuster 06-Sep-18
APauls 06-Sep-18
GhostBird 06-Sep-18
BullBuster 06-Sep-18


Date:10-Aug-18

Planted my first Vetch plot this Spring. Did well and had been really drought resistant until the conditions brutalized. Idaho. No rain since mid June. Weeks of 90-100s. Humidity 15-30%. Some is still green but much has turned totally brown. Question is will it recover when rain comes like clover or is it dead? Also is it good to mow Vetch when not stressed to surpressor weeds? Thanks

Date:14-Aug-18

Dont ever clip any forages that are stressed and in drought situations. If you clip at all, clip high.

Date:15-Aug-18

Honestly expected something totally different when I clicked on this post. Thought it may of been a typo.

Date:15-Aug-18

Ditto, Quinn. I clicked with extreme caution. :-)

Date:15-Aug-18

Was at my brothers in Idaho a couple weeks ago. Couldn't believe how dry it was. Worst I have ever seen it.

Date:15-Aug-18

Quinn, Midwest... agreed. I was about to google "vetch" so I knew what I was about to see.

By: wild1
Date:15-Aug-18

Got me too.

Date:15-Aug-18

Back in the 70's hairy vetch was all the rage.

Date:06-Sep-18

Little feedback. Moderate rain came one day and much of plot greened up. Of my 8 acres of different plots planted, it is my only plot that is not overbrowsed to the ground. But the deer love it. Feed in it all day long.

By: APauls
Date:06-Sep-18

Ya, I kind of clicked and looked through my fingers. Just sounds disgusting lol.

Date:06-Sep-18

... in the 70's it was not considered disgusting... just sayin'

Date:06-Sep-18

Y'all are dorks


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