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BioLogic’s NEW Game Changer Soybeans
BioLogic is excited to introduce the ideal soybean planting for food plots and wildlife managers. It is well known that soybeans are at the top of a whitetail’s preferred food sources. The ability to grow extremely attractive warm season forage and also produce beans that are incredible for the fall and winter is a major benefit for food plots. Forage soybeans are an excellent source of protein for whitetails during the months when bucks are growing a new set of antlers and your does are carrying and nursing fawns.
Spring Food Plots | What, When, and How
Spring and summer are critical months in a whitetails life, bucks are rebuilding their bodies from a rigorous winter and starting the amazing antler genesis process. Doe have the task of eating for two or three as most of them are carrying fawns to be born later in summer. Consistent, protein-rich food sources are key to helping your deer reach their potential.
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.
Frost-Seeding: Simple and Effective
Now is the ideal time for some low-cost food plot improvements and frost seeding can be a great technique to get an early start to the spring growing season. Frost seeding requires the soil to be thawing, freezing and heaving. The seeds get caught in the cracks created by the heaving process, and this, is in essence how the seeds are “planted.” When time-lapse photography of this period is viewed, the ground appears to come “alive” because of all the movement from the soil expanding and contracting over and over again. This movement helps to create excellent seed to soil...