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clover, frost seeding -

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...

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fall food plots, final forage -

Seed germination and seedling survival are obviously vital to a successful planting. One reason for planting failure is seedling death due to lack of moisture after the seed has germinated. This can happen when there is enough soil moisture to swell the seed and start the germination process and then a period of dry weather occurs, or the seed is planted into very dry soil and receives a light rain, good enough to start germination, but then followed by a period of drought.

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Food Plot Tips -

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.

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spring food plots, Wildlife Sweet Corn -

There are some crops that really make a person smile when they grow a successful field, corn is definitely one of those feel good crops. BioLogic’s Wildlife Sweet Corn is a blend of two heirloom varieties that have over a century of proven reliability.

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food plot tips, spring food plots -

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.

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