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Central tx food plot recommendations? #5995727 10/27/15 12:56 AM
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Any suggestions for a fall plot in bell county? River bottom land, fertile, well drained soil. I will be able to break the ground up with a homemade spike harrow to drag behind an atv.

Re: Central tx food plot recommendations? [Re: BlakeJ] #5995837 10/27/15 01:50 AM
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May be a little wet now. I'd buy some cheap wheat seed and broadcast it. Maybe radish or turnip seed with it but that's it.

Re: Central tx food plot recommendations? [Re: BlakeJ] #5995894 10/27/15 02:18 AM
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This late, I'd put out a blend of oats and wheat.


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Re: Central tx food plot recommendations? [Re: BlakeJ] #5996146 10/27/15 05:57 AM
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Yeah I've been waiting so long because it's been too dry to bother. Plenty of soil moisture now.

Re: Central tx food plot recommendations? [Re: BlakeJ] #5996388 10/27/15 01:49 PM
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make your own blend of oats and Austrian winter peas. 100 pounds oats to 50 of the peas. Worked great for me last year near Waco. Oh, that mix would do 1 &1/2 acres for me broadcasting the seed. Here is photo of the 4 acre plot I planted October 1st and of my wife standing in the plot taken end of March.


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Oats, wheat, cereal rye, winter peas, and Madrid clover have all worked for me in Hill Country. I have planted oats this late or even a bit later and got a great stand. Mixed it 80-100# of oats with 25-50# of Austrian Winter peas.


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Re: Central tx food plot recommendations? [Re: BlakeJ] #5997860 10/28/15 02:43 AM
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Yeah I might try the justin seed fall mix.

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Originally Posted By: BlakeJ
Yeah I might try the justin seed fall mix.


better hurry gonna rain friday I planted mine a month ago. bang I planted a new plot before the rain last week so i should be good.

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