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easy45

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Agreed! This plot was turnips, radishes, annual clover and cereal rye and was lush and full at seasons end.
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Agreed! This plot was turnips, radishes, annual clover and cereal rye and was lush and full at seasons end.
yea, this one had turnips too and if you get out there and walk around that’s what it looks like.
 

JBell

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My turnips got crushed before November. Glad the wheat and oats are starting to pop back up
 

backyardtndeer

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That is interesting. Tried purple tops and several other types of brassicas mixes over the years and after first frost had deer eat just the greens for a few days then left them alone. Deer would walk through my plots to eat pasture grass. Turnips left to rot.
 

JCDEERMAN

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That is interesting. Tried purple tops and several other types of brassicas mixes over the years and after first frost had deer eat just the greens for a few days then left them alone. Deer would walk through my plots to eat pasture grass. Turnips left to rot.
Ours did the same until about mid-Jan / early Feb. Except for ours, the fields would be full of them, then be gone by the following week.
 
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