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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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Two aspects of wildlife management that are growing rapidly are the restoration of native habitat and growing crops with game birds in mind. I am of the opinion that “loss of habitat” may be the number one factor (on a list of many reasons) for the steady decline in quail numbers over the past several decades. Turkeys on the other hand, have had remarkable success rebounding from low numbers at the turn of the 20th century and are now abundant across most of the U.S. Whether you are trying to attract turkeys and hold them on your property, lure in...

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Variety The most asked question that a habitat consultant receives is “what should I plant?” No one, single blend will attract whitetails all season long, supply what you need for optimum health and antler growth, hold whitetails on your property, help them recoup from rut -related stress or whatever your food plot goal. It depends on your management goals as to what would be the best things to plant. Since different crops become palatable at different times and all yield different amounts of food, how much acreage you’re devoting also makes a difference. Variety can be a key to just...

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