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Do You Use Exclusion Cages? #7715988 01/13/20 03:12 AM
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Pictures of my 1/2 acre plot in S.E. Louisiana, taken January 12, 2020. The plot was planted in early October with a mix of wheat, oats, turnips, radish, chicory and white clover using the Throw & Mow method.

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Re: Do You Use Exclusion Cages? [Re: BayouGuy] #7716210 01/13/20 02:37 PM
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that's a great idea ... hard to tell otherwise. I might need to make up some of these for the various food plots I have planted


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Re: Do You Use Exclusion Cages? [Re: BayouGuy] #7716219 01/13/20 02:44 PM
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I plan on using one this Spring when planting summer food plots. It was hard to tell last year whether or not the deer hammered the Lablab I planted or if it just didn't grow well.

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Originally Posted by JDP Ranch
I plan on using one this Spring when planting summer food plots. It was hard to tell last year whether or not the deer hammered the Lablab I planted or if it just didn't grow well.

that's been my thinking for fall plots over the past several years but hadn't thought of doing this


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Re: Do You Use Exclusion Cages? [Re: BayouGuy] #7721266 01/18/20 01:18 AM
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No but you can bet I will next year. I had good rain and fertilized heavily first of Nov this year and it seemed to be doing good until end of Nov early Dec and no more rain had it looking like it had burnt up confused2


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Re: Do You Use Exclusion Cages? [Re: BayouGuy] #7739268 02/06/20 05:09 PM
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Pretty much if you look at a plot and it looks like it has been kept low by mowing, it’s been kept low by deer.

Pretty cool to see the plots start to grow once everything else starts greening up in the spring. Means you had a good plot

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