We had it flown in mid September. It almost got too big with the warm temps and above avg rainfall we had this fall. The radish and turnips are hit or miss. This fall has been the warmest since we have been using cover crops. The last few years the freeze has killed our turnips and radishes before they were able toGet very big. The wheat clover and rye do very well in our area.
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