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How To Test Your Soil
Knowing the characteristics of the soil not only helps determine the most productive species to plant but gives land managers the information needed to properly amend the soil ensuring a successful, nutritious food plot. Since soil acidity levels are so important in establishing and creating a successful food plot, Mossy Oak BioLogic has created an easy-to-use way to test the pH and nutrient status of your soil. By following a few simple steps you can take the guess work out of knowing what your soil needs.
During the spring, the NWTF is flooded with calls from members and landowners with questions about what to plant for wild turkeys. One of most popular crops is chufa. Turkeys are attracted to patches of chufa and will utilize them for months.
Food Plotters Guide During Self Quarantine
Stuck at home thinking about your food plots and wildlife? We are too. Here are 4 things you can do during the downtime to continue the progress for your property and critters.
Food Plot Tip: Weed Control
Weed control is a big part of growing successful crops during the warm season. Both annual and perennial crops have selective herbicides that can be used to control unwanted grass or broadleaf weeds that can steal moisture and nutrients from your food plot.
SPRING FOOD PLOTS HELP WHITETAILS RECOVER FROM STRESS
After hard winters, whitetail deer might need a little extra help recouping to their full nutritional levels. We'll help you build the food plots and nutrition calendar your land needs to ensure your deer stay healthy.