plantermunnApril 18, 2007

This land is pretty mutch super fine sand. I want to mow it every 2 weeks. I need something that I can plant now and just broadcast seeds. I don't want to disturb the soil.

I had another patch that in the fall I broadcast wheat rye and clover. It is looking good now.

I can find grass seeds but would like legumes that I could sow in the spring and would hold up to mowing.

I posted this in the legumes forum but they seem to mostly like beans.

If it took root and spread through spring and into summer would be great. I could always sow more clover in the fall.

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