Got fall food plots cut and sprayed

Discussion in 'Food Plots & Habitat Improvement' started by copperhead, Jul 25, 2016.

  1. copperhead

    copperhead Grizzled Veteran

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    Was able to get the food plots mowed and sprayed this weekend. Below is a picture of one of them by the time I got to 2 and 3 I was hot and was in no mood to take a picture. :tu:

    All the plots are about the same size. Looking at planting winter peas in one, clover, alfalfa and oats in another. And this one will have oats, triticale, peas, clover and chicory.

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    Just going to see what works best here. I have a few areas that are hard to get to but get some light that I will throw down some turnips for a late winter source. The idea being adding some food that will pull them in and keep them on the property. Excited for this year results. Especially since I actually have a decent number of deer showing up on cams with nothing in front of them.
     
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    Keep us updated. Were doing the same right now. Chicory and Brassicas its looking like.

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  3. foodplot19

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    Looks good!!
    We mowed 2 weeks ago to knock the real tall stuff down. If it isn't too wet we're going to mow again this weekend to get it to where we can spray it.
    Keep us posted.
     

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