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North Lamar County food plot #7693340 12/19/19 08:30 PM
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Starting to think about what i can plant in about 1/4 acre food plot north of Paris. Anyone in that area have any suggestions? Thank you in advance for any help, gonna be my first.


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Re: North Lamar County food plot [Re: mdryg1970] #7693449 12/19/19 10:36 PM
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I'm just 20 miles west of you. Posted this a couple weeks ago. I just get the mixed seed bags at Tractor Supply and it works great every year:

I have a place in Fannin County and agree with everything said above. One thing though -- disk in a 15-15-15 fertilizer before you spread the seed. I've had good results with wheat, oats, clover and peas. But the fertilizer makes all of the difference!

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Thanks for the info, greatly appreciated.


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I personally think its hard to beat wheat or oats. Maybe mix the 2, and throw in some winter peas. I have planted the deer blends many times, and cannot see where the deer are more attracted to it, than the grain.

Re: North Lamar County food plot [Re: mdryg1970] #7696908 12/23/19 08:45 PM
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I am in Lamar. We started planting last season. So far what has done well with no till and little effort has been Austrian Winter Peas, Oats and Crimson Clover. This is a no till plot. I have bought my last bag of corn. Personally I prefer to go to a seed store so I know what I am getting.

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Nice, Greg. Proof is in the the pudding. Nice looking plots and deer.


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