Discussion in 'Food Plots & Habitat Improvement' started by Nissen121523, Jul 31, 2014.
hoping the storm didn't wash it out
Soy beans, Corn and Brassica's with screening.
75% Winfred brassica and 25% Sampson turnips
Soy beans, Clover and Screening.
Clover and Chicory.
We will also be planting Oat's later.
a mix called "intro" planted July 28th.
Tried to post photos before and wouldn't work for me. Tried again with this bean plot pic.
freakshow forage 17 days after planting,
a sawtooth oak we started from an acorn in 2011.
here is my plot that i planted on 7/18
yellow i planted biologic hot spot red is biologic sugar beet and winter bulb
sugar beet and winter bulb spot
hot spot spot
than a view from my stand
This was my first attempt at food plot making. Got a late planting in mid June but have had a wetter than normal summer. Working on opening the area up more to increase the size of it for planting additional area mid September.
first pic is shot plot that is only a few weeks old. look amazing. think shot plot is the best bang for the buck when on sale. second is a different plot that is hard to get to. use the ground hog maxx on it and does a great job. looked better after a couple more passes than in the pic. planted a local elevator blend in this plot and just checked it today. it wasn't good. I didn't take a pic of it because I left my phone in the car. only about 40% germination. most was a radish and few turnips. we reseeded it with more shot plot. hope its wasn't to late in the year to help. no substitute for good seed.
Monster Raxx custom blend after 5 days. I won't see it again for 2 weeks.
I'm hoping this thing brings home the grocieries this season.
This is the only thing that seems to be getting along very well with the crazy amount of rain we have been getting. Over 16 inches of rain in an 11 day stretch and we have gotten several more rains since then.
Here is another. Same blend from Monster Raxx. Late planted due to very wet weather, but looking good considering the horrible conditions.
And my back plot with rye and peas is just getting started. As fletch said. It's wet!!
Brad...looks great man.
This is our biggest plot. I have a one more that is quite a bit smaller. This one is about 90 yards by 30 yards and it's seeded in Heartland Buck Buster. It was planted 2 weeks before this video was taken. I'll be back out this weekend most likely and will get some more pics then.
60 day broadcast RR corn, 60 day brassicas and 2nd year Ladino and Red clover
Same plot at 30 days.
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