Tecomate Hunting Plot Pounder, Variety Pack

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Tecomate® Hunting Plot Seeds. Boost your plot with species proven to attract deer!

An inexpensive alternative that provides great results... a great companion to oats, too! Convenient 1-lb. packs in 4 exceptional species that can be added to existing food plots for increased effectiveness!

  • Alfa: Estabilishes quickly and withstands grazing
  • Brassica: Establishes quickly and withstands grazing
  • Chicory: Great for tough soil conditions good autumn attractant
  • Clover: Fast growing autumn attractant
  • 12-lb. Variety Pack also available below
  • Plant in Zone 1 and 2 in spring or fall Zone 3 and 4 in fall
  • Seeding rate varies (plants 1/8 to 1/4 acres on average)
  • Planting depth: 1/8" to 1/4".
  • Pack consists of 3 - 1 lb. containers of each variety of seeds, 12 containers total.

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    I'm pleased with the variety and can't wait to plant them.
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    looking forward to planting this spring
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The Guide Gear Tow-Behind Plow Works Amazingly Well!

By Memorial Day, I was beginning to lose sleep. For several years I'd worked to open old farm fields so that I could establish food plots for training pointing dogs and also, for helping attract deer. Then, surfing The Sportsman's Guide website, I came across the Guide Gear Tow-Behind Plow. The description said "ideal for tilling and raking applications and will whip your soil into shape. It's perfectly suited to garden, food plot or landscape planting, and it's built tough to last season after season." On impulse, I ordered it!
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Backyard Visitors: Drawing In Wildlife

Watching those Southern hunting shows on TV can make you jealous. Must be nice, you think, to be able to plant a food plot that's a magnet for deer and watch them pour into it at dusk. Well, you can plant a food plat that's a magnet for wildlife. It will just be a smaller magnet, but just as powerful.
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The Food Plot Plans

Just the act of performing a soil test was enough to make me feel like a food plot professional; that is, until I got back the results. I needed to amend the soil by adding from 4,000 to 8,000 pounds of lime per acre!
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Food Plots: Win the Weeds’ War

As the foxtail and fescue stretched lazily towards the summer sky, their thick green growth proved I was losing the war against weeds. It was disheartening and frustrating. I'd worked so hard, starting just after deer season with the chainsaw. Soon it was as if I hadn't planted anything. My deer food plot had been smothered! Here's what I've learned about winning the war with weeds.
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Food Plot Crop Rotation Saves Time, Money

A couple of years ago, I started a new food plot program on my hunting land in central Minnesota. It's a system based on the age-old practice of crop rotation, which allows the rotated plants to benefit one another in a very natural wayl -- let me explain ... .
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