I will keep you guys posted on the plots. But I have a feeling that if the plot fails it will be more because of the planter than the seed. lol [;)] The other thing I have to contend with is a sour, very rocky soil that also has a very high clay content. We started with a pH of just under 6 and spread pelletized lime at the rate of 2000 lbs/acre and spread the recommended kind (triple 20 but the store I use only had triple 19, at a rate of 400 lbs/acre) at planting. The lime and fert instructions are the same for the TTT and WG's. We prep-ed the seed bed by S-tining, picking rocks, discing, drag harrowing to break up the clods, spread the aforementioned lime and fert then lightly disced it in. Broadcast seeded then rolled the seed in. After all that crossed fingers for heat and rain. So far we are looking good. In two more weeks I will spread 33-0-0 on the WG's at a rate of 100 lbs./acre.
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