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Joined: 06/16/2004
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Food Plots

What do you all plant for whitetail food plots?

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Location: North Carolina and Proud of it!!
Joined: 02/26/2004
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clover, alfalfa, fruit trees, fertilize nut trees in the woods,
legunes- etc

why do you ask ?

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Just curious. Thanks for the reply. In addition to plots, I have had great luck fertilizing native forages. I live in Alabama, and here, honeysuckle is an excellent candidate for that.

Best regards,
Yeti

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Location: Ouachita Mountains Arkansas
Joined: 03/02/2004
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Don't forget the sweet corn & turnups

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Location: Burkesville K.Y.
Joined: 11/19/2004
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spring-soybeans/lablab/milo(grain sorghum) fall- wheat, australianwinter peas, buck forage oats year round- clover , alfalfa feeders- corn, purina deer chow

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Location: Kansas
Joined: 12/07/2004
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My uncle and I like to plant lots of alfalfa and soybeans, so we can see the deer better. We also take a 5 gallon bucket of corn and dump it about 30 - 40 yards from are stand. We have also used a thing called dynamite and it goes into the ground after it rains, and the big bucks will go and scrape in the ground and sometimes they will even dig 3 or 4 feet deep. Good luck and get a big one!

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