Post Your Food Plot Pictures!

Discussion in 'Food Plots & Habitat Improvement' started by Nissen121523, Jul 31, 2014.

  1. jleger

    jleger Weekend Warrior

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    Man you guys have some great looking food plots....I have a little plot of brassicas and chicory but the plot is spotty....Oklahoma just don't get the rain....I cant get the chicory to grow....do I need to do anything special for those? Jeremy
     
  2. Siman/OH

    Siman/OH Legendary Woodsman

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    Im pretty happy with my little plot, only problem is, the deer havnt been using it. Of course, there is plenty of beans and acorns available right now.
     
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    We've had a drought here in SW Ohio and although I haven't seen my fall honey hole plots since planting them 3 weeks ago, I won't be surprised to see anything but dirt. I bet all the squirrels and birds had a field day on all the seeds.
     
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    Here's one of mine. Don't know why, I don't seem to take and post very many pics of my food plots...just don't. Anyway here's one I snapped the other day. Deer are just absolutely hammering these plots, one I had to replant because they just absolutely mowed it literally into the ground. It was a summer blend with no brassicas. Anywho, here's one pic.
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  6. Rick James

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    Mike Pearce killed a doe in one of our small plots on Saturday, im guessing you will see it on an episode of BHOD soon.
     
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    BigPhil_H Die Hard Bowhunter

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    I'm pretty happy with how my first fall food plot has turned out. It is about 31 yards by 16 yards and planted only two and a half weeks ago. It is Imperial Whitetail No-Plow and I mixed in some oats and peas but they're not showing yet; maybe too much shade and they were just thrown on top of the ground

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