Team Haastyle
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Team Haastyle

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    1. alfarah50
      alfarah50
      Hey bud i really appreciate the help. the soil ph is 6.3. my only question is the spot i would like to put a plot is on a hill roughly 20-25 degree slope. is that going to be an issue? there aren't any muddy spots or flows of water so the soil doesn't look like it'll get flooded. what do ya think?
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        Definitely won't be an issue. I have a couple plots on some pretty steep slopes that do quite well. The biggest thing weather in lowland or on high ground is that you have enough organic matter in your soil.
        Apr 18, 2017
      3. Team Haastyle
        Team Haastyle
        Many times hill top/hillside plots are more gravely in nature due to constant leaching from rain events. To deter this from happening add some humics to your soil, and possibly focus on a soil building blend for your food plot the first few years. Let me know if you have any other questions.
        Apr 18, 2017
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