My dad and I have been growing food plots in order to improve our food plots for several years now. In the spring our low lying hunting property often floods and I suggest we switch from roads to canals. This year was no different, but since we planted our food plots, over a month ago, we've gotten .05" of rain. I always here that too much water can cover for many deficiencies in the soil when you are growing plants. But I'm beginning to be concerned that we will grow almost nothing this year with our lack of rain.
It does turn out, however, that turnips are very easy to grow. They've flourished with the only water coming from the morning dew.
Anybody know a rain dance?