My clover / vetch field did great this year, I planted it last year mid August and got a nice buckwheat crop before the frost.
My dilemma is now that it has all gone to seed it has also gone to weeds. I would like to lightly disc the new seed into the ground but the weeds that have not yet gone to seed are about five to six foot high and seem to be choking out what little clover is growing. I don't want to brush hog the eleven acres with a six foot mower, it would take forever, then I would still have to disc the seed in.
I am thinking of just lightly discing over the tall weeds and hope for the best. Discing enough to kill the tall weeds would likely kill what little growing clover I have and may put the new seed in the ground too deep.
Considering that those hives gave me about 1000 pounds of spring honey and I have another 30 mediums ready to pull now, it needs to be done right if I want a repeat.
What to do, what to do...?