when is the last time you had someone come check to see what you planted,
I also plant field corn, soybeans, white clovers, pumpkins, and in the past many other items. Sugarbeets filled a unique nitch, and were utilized when turnips and brassicas were not. Roundup just makes it easy and cost effective. [;)]ORIGINAL: prohunter
if i wanted plant to something i would plant it. or you can plant something eles. maybe they deer well come to that better ,you can never tell unless you try.
Yes, we all want to follow the rules, so we are allowed to purchase and plant RR seed into the future. [;)]ORIGINAL: prohunter
but we all have follow the rules of the law so don't feel rained on. just have fun with what you have.
No, that is what Monsanto is saying. [;)]ORIGINAL: prohunter
sagittarius, so what your saying, is that farmers can plant it but the hunter cant?
Please don't misunderstand, I am not mad at all, maybe a bit disappointed.[:@] I have many systems that work great for me today. The point is that many foodplotters have been waiting a few years for the RR alfalfa/RR sugarbeet lawsuits to be settled, to possibly plant them once again some day. After planting RR sugarbeets in 2008 and 2009, it is dissappointing to learn that it is not possible to utilize them in 2011 either. [:(]ORIGINAL: prohunter
i am not trying to get you mad or anything like that,but maybe you can have system work for you ,instead you work with the system who says that u cant be a farmer too.
Partial solutions seldom work out well in the long run, for either party.ORIGINAL: prohunter well, ok now i understand and see what your saying. well how long are they going to stay up in the air with this.
It is only wasted if environmental integrity is compromised in the end anyway.... [;)]ORIGINAL: prohunter sounds like a big waste of tax payers funds.
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