NWTF Turkey Gold Chufa (1/2 acre)

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TURKEYS LOVE CHUFA. DUCKS LOVE CHUFA. IT’S JUST A GUESS, BUT WE’RE FIGURING YOU’LL LOVE CHUFA TOO
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 BioLogics NWTF Turkey Gold Chufa not only is incredibly nutritious but wild turkeys and waterfowl have been known to scratch for hours to get at these small tubers. Planted at a rate of 50 lbs. per acre, chufa can be grown successfully all across the country, simply and easily. Best planted in late Spring and early Summer, Chufa is a great addition to any managed property. This product will continue to provide for your wildlife as long your tubers do not get grazed the first year.

 

Planting Instructions Tukey Gold Chufa needs 75-95 days of warm growing to reach maturity and maximum yield. Late April to early June for the South, early May- early June for the North. Chufa should be planted at 1.5-2 inches soil depth. Planters and no-till drills are ideal for planting if available. Chufa can also be broadcast planted into a well prepared seed bed. Chufa seed should be covered to the suggested depth by using a drag harrow or by lightly discing in. Ideally the field can also then be cultipacked or rolled for increased seedling survival.

Supported Species --Wild Turkey, Upland Birds, Waterfowl

 Northern Zone --Spring, Early Summer

 Transitional Zone --Spring, Summer

 Southern Zone --Spring, Summer

 Coverage --50 lbs. per acre.

 Planting Depth –1 1/2 inches to 2 inches

 Amount of Sunlight --Full sun

 Soil pH --5.0 to 8.0 but prefers 6.2 to 7.0

 Fertilizer --200 lbs of 46-0-0 per acre.

 Nutritional Value  --Seed production is very high with this blend. It is also high in vitamin content. Aside from the high yield of seeds, Chufa makes a great food source for all game birds.

 Primary Usage --Usage will start after the plants have matured some 75 to 95 days after germination. For waterfowl, much will   depend on the availability of water to attract the waterfowl.

 Soil Type --Will grow in all soil types pending adequate soil moisture is available