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Food Plot Seed #2876316
08/11/19 09:44 PM
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If you had to pick three seed types for a foodplot what would you choose?

We typically do Wheat, oats, rye, AWP and either clover or brassica. If I had to narrow down to three it would probably be rye (grain), clover and brassicas.

Re: Food Plot Seed [Re: joshm28] #2876318
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Cereal rye/wheat and crimson clover for a fall plot. Maybe chicory as the third. We haven’t had much luck with brassicas, but hope to plant some earlier this fall.

Re: Food Plot Seed [Re: joshm28] #2876340
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Oats, rye and clover are the foundation for my mix.



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Re: Food Plot Seed [Re: joshm28] #2876361
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Marshall rye, and crimson clover only two I’d need. Has worked for years for a fall/winter plot works great for turkeys not the spring as well. Easy to plant, and thrives. Just what works for me at my house on my land. Now hunting club I just go along with the other guys. You know that record each chit, since we’re trying to grow deer in the winter and all. Lmao.

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Re: Food Plot Seed [Re: joshm28] #2876397
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I love brassicas. Going to try some diakon radish this year.

Re: Food Plot Seed [Re: joshm28] #2876399
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Try the sodbuster over the daikons.


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Re: Food Plot Seed [Re: joshm28] #2876454
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Oats, Trticale, Rye with Forage Radish and about 4 different clovers.

Re: Food Plot Seed [Re: BradB] #2876496
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[quote=BradB]Oats, Trticale, Rye. How's that 2Dogs
This^^^

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Re: Food Plot Seed [Re: joshm28] #2876553
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He asked for 3.



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Re: Food Plot Seed [Re: joshm28] #2876608
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Triticale, grain rye and crimson clover. Those are the best performers for me.


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Re: Food Plot Seed [Re: joshm28] #2876624
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Black Oats, Triticale and Coker Oats, Worked great for us last year. I used to use a 4 or 5 way. Last year spend the extra for Premium seed. Wont go back.

Re: Food Plot Seed [Re: joshm28] #2876668
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Feed oats ,,,,, seed wheat ,,,,, red top

Nothing with a deer on the bag

Re: Food Plot Seed [Re: joshm28] #2876853
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Rye, rape and clover/turnips/radishes or some thing that looks good on the bag.


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Re: Food Plot Seed [Re: joshm28] #2876877
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Triticale, oats, berseem clover


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Re: Food Plot Seed [Re: joshm28] #2877063
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I mean in an acre or so food plot I like oats, rye, and winter peas preferably whistler or frost master rather than austrian. If needing a 4th seed then I would go Crimson. If smaller than an acre I go oats, rye, an crimson clover. If in a shade I plant sodbuster radish, turnips, and rape in mid to early september. Then I come in and fill spots with some rye. I do try and plant the same thing in every plot on a property so they all have the same attractiveness.


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Re: Food Plot Seed [Re: joshm28] #2877218
08/13/19 05:17 AM
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I wouldn't put just three, I like putting cereal rye, wheat, oats, yucchi clover, crimson clover, rape, radish, turnips, and some durana for the spring. Pennington rackmaster elite has most all of these and is sold at a local store. Yes it has a picture of a deer on the bag, but i'm only planting 3 acres. It's premium seed that is coated.

Re: Food Plot Seed [Re: joshm28] #2884762
08/21/19 08:37 PM
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If I had to plant ryegrass, I would not plant. Oh, ryegrass "LOOKS" great, but... anyway.

Triticale, RyeGRAIN, Frosty Berseem clover... if I only could list three.

Re: Food Plot Seed [Re: joshm28] #2884789
08/21/19 09:03 PM
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WMS blends would be my choice. Deer Magnet followed by Alabama Blend

Re: Food Plot Seed [Re: joshm28] #2884824
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Soybeans, corn, peanuts

Re: Food Plot Seed [Re: joshm28] #2884881
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Oats, clover, and brassicas. We've had good luck with this combo. Certain fields, the brassicas take over and the deer feed on them heavily, way before any frost. They put out tons of biomass. Usually, by the end of the season, they have most of the brassicas eaten, then the other will grow. I like the clover more for the spring benefits.

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