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    Some November pics of Field, Chinese radish.
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    Here's some popcorn i grew last year. That was my first time growing it, straight out of a bag that you would by at any grocery store, kind of an expirement. It got about 8' tall, I fed it to a few cows. I'm gonna grow some again for them

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jordan9682 View Post
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    Here's some popcorn i grew last year. That was my first time growing it, straight out of a bag that you would by at any grocery store, kind of an expirement. It got about 8' tall, I fed it to a few cows. I'm gonna grow some again for them
    Did you broadcast or did you use a planter when planted the popcorn? Do you think deer would find it palatable ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by efam3300 View Post
    Did you broadcast or did you use a planter when planted the popcorn? Do you think deer would find it palatable ?
    It was a small area, so i made small rows with a hoe, dropped the seeds in by hand, covered it and watered. When it came up i made small trenches to fill with water between the rows (just to make things quicker and easier) but to answer your question, you would use a planter. Exact same as corn. I dont know about the deer thing, im sure they would do well on it though

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jordan9682 View Post

    It was a small area, so i made small rows with a hoe, dropped the seeds in by hand, covered it and watered. When it came up i made small trenches to fill with water between the rows (just to make things quicker and easier) but to answer your question, you would use a planter. Exact same as corn. I dont know about the deer thing, im sure they would do well on it though
    Thanks, I'm planning on some corn for a plot screen around my food plots, if the popcorn gets 8 ft tall and the deer will eat it that would be great!

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    Quote Originally Posted by efam3300 View Post
    Thanks, I'm planning on some corn for a plot screen around my food plots, if the popcorn gets 8 ft tall and the deer will eat it that would be great!
    Glad i could help! As you could see on one of my pictures i posted, in the corner it really short, that's due to not enough water flowing to it. I think corn would be the same. But ya if the sufficient water is there that stuff grows well

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    Quote Originally Posted by efam3300 View Post

    Thanks, I'm planning on some corn for a plot screen around my food plots, if the popcorn gets 8 ft tall and the deer will eat it that would be great!
    Deer ate every thing in my garden for the last 2 years but left the corn.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DABSGT View Post
    Deer ate every thing in my garden for the last 2 years but left the corn.

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    Huh... I thought deer would have loved it... Cows do

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jordan9682 View Post

    Huh... I thought deer would have loved it... Cows do
    Loved my tomatoes, peppers, cuke's and even dug up my potatoes but left the corn.

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    I don't have any recent pictures but here are a few from years past. Whitetail institutes clover.




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