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Food Plot #5590595 02/09/15 05:07 PM
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Hey guys,
So on my folks land that I hunt they installed a new pipeline last year and recently re plowed the area again. Since I dont own a tractor I'd like to plant a food plot on this. Is it too early to do so and what would you guys recommend here, complete food plot noob here.

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Go Here, click "wildlife" on the left side of page...http://www.mbsseed.com/ Then Click Food plot Guide, the start at the top of the blue bars "Plot basics" You will have to copy and paste, or type in the URL, I can't ever get the link to work

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Seed will vary some depending on where you are (climate) and summer/fall plots.


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plant clover

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If you are in South Texas- Bee Wild Bundleflower.


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STX do you think bundle flower will work in Jackson county?

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Originally Posted By: Teamjefe
STX do you think bundle flower will work in Jackson county?

Don't see why it wouldn't but call Pogue AgriPartners in Kenedy and ask them. I have a native Desmanthus variety of Bundleflower growing on my place in Goliad County in about a 2 acre area. I am thinking about planting some smaller plots in the next year or two with more of the Bee Wild. I would think the Sabine Illonois Bundle Flower might grow. You can get seed from Turner Seed Co. IIRC on it. It grows better in areas with better rainfall.


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Thanks Sir


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