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Need help!! I planted a small summer plot of clover, chicory and alfalfa earlier this year which didn't work out to well. To top it off what did grow the deer haven't touched a bit. I am looking for advice for fall plot ideas that I can plant soon that will be a success. Please help!!!!


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When establishing a perennial (year round) plot like clover or alfalfa your better off planting in the fall (mid august to first week of september).
With spring plantings you get the summer drought and vigourus weed growth compared to fall. For a fall plot plant Winter rye, dwarf essex rape, and clover.
 
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