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Re: Food Plot Newbie

Postby Alan Chavers » Sun Sep 29, 2013 6:14 pm

OK it's starting to come up. I did about double the pounds per acre and the ground is flat so maybe it will be OK. Next year I will have access to a tiller for my little tractor so this won't happen again. I will till it up to powder and then set the tiller to a couple of inches and put them under.
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Re: Food Plot Newbie

Postby lugnutzz » Sun Sep 29, 2013 7:46 pm

Alan Chavers wrote:OK it's starting to come up. I did about double the pounds per acre and the ground is flat so maybe it will be OK. Next year I will have access to a tiller for my little tractor so this won't happen again. I will till it up to powder and then set the tiller to a couple of inches and put them under.


Be careful doing that as the seeds will settle to hard bottom. Also if a bunch loose a dirt is below the seeds, the roots will not have anything to push against.


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