Food plots.


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I really wanted to plant winter rye in my little plots on our property. No I do not plan on hunting over the plots. I am hopeing it will draw deer from the corn fields and them not go thru a combine like many seem to do.

I also want them to be drawn onto my property and feel safe.

So I didn't find a place to buy winter rye in time i felt for it to grow and make it.
Instead I bought a thro and grow no till seed.
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Still there were tall grasses growing and I do not use round up so just used the teeth on my box blade to tear the grass out and stire up the soil.

Directions say cover 1/4 inch so I plan on just going over it with a bit of chain link fenceing. Rain in the forcast for the next 3 days so I think it should do good.

:D Al
 
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Meadowlark

Gardner, Angler, Adjunct Professor, and Rancher
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Agree, that should be good. I can say from a lot of experience that deer love everything listed on that package...especially winter peas.
 

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