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Will it still be good come next season? #7030336
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With the general season now over, stores are sure to be putting hunting-related food attractants, seed mixes, and other products on clearance. The question is, will they still be good and last until next season?


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Re: Will it still be good come next season? [Re: Texas Dan] #7030350
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Seed mixes should be fine.


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They won’t be any less effective than when they were made.


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Originally Posted By: Sneaky
They won’t be any less effective than when they were made.


So you mean those Buck Bombs don't grow sweeter with time?


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Originally Posted By: Texas Dan
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They won’t be any less effective than when they were made.


So you mean those Buck Bombs don't grow sweeter with time?

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Originally Posted By: Stompy
Seed mixes should be fine.


Im super cheap so when I can buy seeds at 70-80% off I stock up. I read a small % of older seeds will not grow but I have never noticed.

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You may have to use more seed to get decent germination, but it will be fine.

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I had a bag of Buck Forage Oats left over from last year and when I opened the bag they were moldy. I went ahead and planted them with oats and wheat but I doubt if they germinated. They were just stored in the barn and I had forgotten I even had them.

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Originally Posted By: Espy
Originally Posted By: Stompy
Seed mixes should be fine.


Im super cheap so when I can buy seeds at 70-80% off I stock up. I read a small % of older seeds will not grow but I have never noticed.



Store them in a moderate temp/low humidity spot, and they should germinate at least 60-70%, if not better. It's nice getting good deals!


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Look for date I figure if not sold this year they will be first out next year


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