Planting Crops at the Grigsby | Farming Practices Benefitting Wildlife | Grigsby
Season 2, Episode 3 • 10m
S2.E3. Mike Stroff and Randy Leka analyze the early stages of numerous ag fields throughout the Grigsby farm. Cereal rye, corn, clover, soybeans, wheat and more are all on the menu.
0:20 Mike Stroff and Andy Moorehouse talk about planting conditions and current plans at the Grigsby.
1:50 Then, Stroff and Randy Leka discuss corn planting. Red corn is on the menu. Their plan? Determine whether deer prefer it over conventional corn.
3:45 Then, we reflect on Stroff's successful deer hunt from the 2019 deer season. He discusses the details from that pursuit.
5:00 Next, Leka and Stroff discuss a cover crop program and its benefits. They also talk about research they're conducting to determine the pros and cons of chemical and mechanical termination of weeds and other unwanted plant species in ag fields.
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