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Food plots after the freeze #8194253 03/06/21 03:19 PM
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How did they do. The top potion of mine died off and all it took was a mow. Now it looks better than it did before. Radish and turnip took a hit but other than that it’s green as all get out. It’s probably all rye, but it’s green.

Re: Food plots after the freeze [Re: huntindude] #8209555 03/21/21 10:59 AM
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Mine don’t even look like food plots. I thought as warm as it’s been I thought few cowpeas or something would pop back up but nothing.

Last edited by Gringocazador; 03/21/21 11:00 AM.

Thanks, Billy
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