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plot planting in water. #7618520 09/28/19 01:23 PM
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Is there a deer plot feed out there that does well in standing water once it gets established? I'm still in the process in making a plot but it will run through an area that holds water during the winter. I guess when I break up the soil, I can pull some extra dirt in that area, but just in case I won't be able to. I plan on putting oats and wheat down..
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Re: plot planting in water. [Re: huntindude] #7618697 09/28/19 06:13 PM
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Can you trench it to drain?


There's only 2 seasons in a year. Deer season and getting ready for deer season.
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Maybe rice?

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