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Contributors to this thread:
Creek chub 28-May-18
Creek chub 28-May-18
KsRancher 28-May-18
sticksender 28-May-18
Creek chub 28-May-18
lewis 28-May-18
drycreek 28-May-18
Fuzzy 29-May-18
Fuzzy 29-May-18
Fuzzy 29-May-18
Fuzzy 29-May-18
lewis 29-May-18
Creek chub 29-May-18
Woods Walker 30-May-18
Fuzzy 30-May-18
Fuzzy 30-May-18
Fuzzy 30-May-18
Pat Lefemine 30-May-18
Fuzzy 31-May-18
Creek chub 31-May-18
Fuzzy 01-Jun-18
From: Creek chub
28-May-18

Creek chub's DeerBuilder embedded Photo
Creek chub's DeerBuilder embedded Photo

Is this pic iron clay cow peas?

From: Creek chub
28-May-18
The plant in question is the one with the large seed head. I think it’s winter wheat but not sure.

From: KsRancher
28-May-18
Looks like wheat to me

From: sticksender
28-May-18
....or Rye, based on the blue color of the stem.

From: Creek chub
28-May-18

Creek chub's DeerBuilder embedded Photo
Creek chub's DeerBuilder embedded Photo

Is this iron clay cow peas?

From: lewis
28-May-18
No

From: drycreek
28-May-18
The top pic looks like there might be some peas in with the grain, but I'm not sure. The bottom pic looks like weeds to me, but I don't know what kind.

From: Fuzzy
29-May-18
the first pic has peas and winter wheat, the last pic has Smartweed

From: Fuzzy
29-May-18
(duplicate post removed)

From: Fuzzy
29-May-18

Fuzzy's embedded Photo
Fuzzy's embedded Photo

From: Fuzzy
29-May-18

Fuzzy's embedded Photo
Fuzzy's embedded Photo

From: lewis
29-May-18
Fuzzy x2 Lewis

From: Creek chub
29-May-18
Thanks tools!!!

From: Woods Walker
30-May-18
Thanks Fuzzy for curing my stiff neck!

Oh....and I agree also.

From: Fuzzy
30-May-18
sheesh, ya help a guy out and he calls ya a "tool" ....lol

From: Fuzzy
30-May-18
I wouldn't sweat the smartweed, it's a relative of buckwheat, and produces small seeds that are important food sources for gamebirds as well as songbirds, it grows pretty thick but doesn't choke out a plot completely

From: Fuzzy
30-May-18
https://roundstoneseed.com/native-wildflowers/139-pennsylvania-smartweed.html

From: Pat Lefemine
30-May-18
I would kill that plot off before I let that smartweed get a foothold. You will be fighting it forever.

From: Fuzzy
31-May-18
interesting Pat, is it (smartweed) really that bad in CT?

around here it grows in thick clumps but really doesn't "take" over.

From: Creek chub
31-May-18
My bad fuzzy. I seen tools thinking it was your screen name. Thanks for the information

From: Fuzzy
01-Jun-18
Creek Chub, not a problem. I probably should change my screen name to "Tool" ;)

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