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Posted 02/01/13 - 08:33 AM
Posted 02/01/13 - 08:42 AM
Med. Red Clover
Dwarf Essex Rape
Purple Top Turnip
Cave Rock Switch
Posted 02/01/13 - 09:40 AM
Posted 02/01/13 - 10:07 AM
First, we did some maintenance to an existing clover plot by killing off some grasses that were starting to show.
After that we planted several new plots. We planted forage oats, and brassicas. The forage oats came in great and the deer pounded them. The brassicas had great germination but growth was stunted due to overseeding...there was too much competition. Make sure you don't overseed brassicas. Despite that, the deer still ate them.
He has plans to expand the food plots this year. I am sure we will incorporate these plants into the new plots as well as possibly add others. Fortunately for him, there is a corn field across the street from his property and the deer come from the rear of his property to get there. So we're just trying to provide them with some nutritious browse along the way and trying to funnel them into locations for an easy kill.
Posted 02/01/13 - 03:27 PM
Posted 02/17/13 - 12:02 AM
Other areas close to house that I do not hunt over get clover in the spring.
Posted 02/18/13 - 04:40 AM
Posted 02/18/13 - 08:45 AM
Paul M. Ross
Coldwell Banker Sales Associate
PAUL THE PAINTER
ALL TYPES OF PAINTING
Posted 02/18/13 - 03:52 PM
YOU HAVE TO CATCH IT YOURSELF - Benjamin Franklin
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