Final Forage Food Plot Seed (1/3 acre)

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BioLogic Final Forage

Have you ever needed a blend that would be attractive early in archery season but also still providing food in the latest part of the gun season? BioLogic’s Final Forage was designed to do just that. Final Forage seed combines varieties that deer love early in the fall, as well as cold tolerant tops and bulbs that are still available when the snow begins to fall. Final Forage is a unique mix of radish, rape, and turnip varieties that have been the backbone of numerous other BioLogic products. Ideal for plots tucked away in the timber or inside corners of agriculture fields, Final Forage can produce massive amounts of forage that will provide food late into the season.


How to Plant BioLogic’s Final Forage should be planted on a well prepared seed bed by broadcasting seed and lightly covering with a drag or cultipacker. For best results, use a cultipacker or light drag before and after broadcasting for good seed to soil contact and proper planting depth. Final Forage should not be covered more than ¼ inch depth.

Existing plots of clover and other crops can be over seeded in the late summer as long as the standing crop will allow the seed to reach soil for germination.

When to Plant

Plant during the last of august in the northern states. Plant during the September in the middle latitude states and September/October in the southern states. Many people have success planting in the spring for deer in northern climates. Our best experiences with this product are in the fall.

Supported Species Whitetail Deer

Northern Zone Spring, Late Summer

Transitional Zone Late Summer

Southern Zone Late Summer, Fall

Coverage 9 lbs. per acre

Planting Depth 1/4 inch or less

Amount of Sunlight 6 hours or more

Soil pH 5.8 to 7.0

Fertilizer 400 lbs 13-13-13

Nutritional Value  Up to 38% Protein. Averages 34% Protein. As good as it gets for whitetail and over 80%TDN!

Primary Usage Palatable from bow season to the late of winter. This mix provides three succession rates with the radish being desired early, brassicas being desired mid season and the turnip being a great forage for the late season recovery.  

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