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Ok i know its to late but what type of seed do you use. Peas from the store corn, oats, australian winterpeas what??? Something small and afordable.
Bassmaster said:Ok i know its to late but what type of seed do you use. Peas from the store corn, oats, australian winterpeas what??? Something small and afordable.
'Nother vote for the Buck Forage Oats. Easy to grow, and deer love 'em lateCornfed said:Something like BioLogic Green Patch Plus with it's mix of wheat, oats and brassicas would be a GREAT option for a fall planting. It also does better in less than ideal soils. In fact, I'm going to be planting a couple acres of this stuff myself in the next few weeks. I've also heard lots of good stuff from Buck Forage Oats and now BioLogics new Trophy Oats is said to have an even later, longer lasting blend of prefered oats. Lots of good stuff to plant this late. Good luck
Down here were begging for rain 1 minute and the next were asking it to stop.larrydenise6573 said:Guys all of that makes sense and we in the north and east have a much easier time getting just about anything to grow. But theis poor guy is probally working in one of the most difficult ares for food plots. Clover and other lugumes will not do very well unless they get sufficient amount ow rainfall. I have had dry springs and summers here in Ohio and food plots did very poor even with fert...
We have to have an awesome season of rain to get rye grass to grow plentiful. We have good luck with the australian winterpeas.GATOR-EYE said:I Don't Know About That Part Of The Country But Up Here In The North Plain Old Rye Grass Planted In The Fall Will Bring Them In All Season Long. And Cost Is No Where Near That Of The High Dollar Broad Leaf Seed.