Bummed out!

Discussion in 'Food Plots & Habitat Improvement' started by bucksnbears, Oct 27, 2018.

  1. bucksnbears

    bucksnbears Die Hard Bowhunter

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    My food plots are GONE!
    Haven't checked them for over a month. Last time I checked, they were doing fantastic! Best pumpkin\ squash plots ever. Brassicas were superb. Oats/ rye/ white clover/ alfalfa were great.
    Heart sank when I checked them yesterday.
    Everything down to black dirt.
    Never have the pumpkins/ squash been gone by this time.
    And I haven't even say yet:sad:
     
  2. Luke79

    Luke79 Newb

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    I feel your pain my plots got to wet they all look horrible
     
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    Sota Legendary Woodsman

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    Bummer.
     
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    early in Grizzled Veteran

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    Now you have to hunt. :lol:
     
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    Slugger Grizzled Veteran

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    Was it from the weather or the animals?
     
  6. bucksnbears

    bucksnbears Die Hard Bowhunter

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    Lol. :clap:
    I seldom hunt over any plot, like to hunt the thick stuff away from them.

    Slugger, the deer ate em up. They always do but this is way early. I plant several decent size plots in pumpkins and squash every year and they always last into Dec.
    They are already gone.
    Guess I have too many deer?

    Gonna recruit a few youngsters to help thin em out
     

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