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Spring Plots in East Texas - Rains County #7396716 01/06/19 02:51 AM
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Hi all... does anyone have any suggestions on what is the best seed to plant for spring food plots in East Texas (Rains County)?


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beans and peas.

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100lb oats & 50lbs Austrian winter peas per acre planted September 15. Add 150lbs of 13-13-13 and you got yourself
a nice plot. One of my plots in Cass country. Wife plowing and one month later.
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Sorry, I did not read the "Spring" part.


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Re: Spring Plots in East Texas - Rains County [Re: Fork-LegendV21] #7442578 02/23/19 11:05 PM
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There is so much coming up naturally everywhere that I just let my food plot go. This is when the clover seems to attract them the most. In a few months, I'll spread fertilizer and disk it all in for the summer. Better to keep the corn in the feeder then trying to get them to come around to a food plot.

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Iron & Clay Cowpeas planted in mid April will produce forage till a frost kills it and the deer will still be eating the plants. May take a while for the deer tp realize what it is. I did not have a lot of deer hitting my first year plot till late in the summer ( Aug. & Sept) but the second year was entirely different. Deer was on it when the sprigs popped thru the ground. The cowpeas are very drought tolerant.







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