Preparing Quality Spring Food Plots

Spring is almost here. Have you gotten your soil test for your quality spring quality spring food plots? It wont be long before it is time to go deer hunting. I think one of the most important thing you can do to ensure good food plots is to get soil test done for each of them and lime accordingly. You need to take the time to do soil test if you are serious about growing big bucks and quality deer management. Spring Food Plots When you get the right amount of lime on the plots you will be amazed how much better they do. Having good healthy plots can really attract more deer to your property. And the more does that are attracted to your property the better chances are that big bucks will be following those does right onto your property. We have been planting quality plots on our  … Continue reading

Food Plots Planted Growing

  We got our deer hunting food plots planted and they should be coming up by now. I haven’t had a chance to get to the deer camp to check my trail camera, and see the property since some logging was done, and since the food plots were planted. A few reminders on your summer plots to help get the best results out of your plots. Food Plots Planted Spray plots for weeds when weeds are four to twelve inches tall. Also when clover reaches 10 to 12 inches tall mow down to 4 to 6 inches. Don’t mow to low or to often though. You don’t want them to burn during the summer heat. Also during early fall fertilize with a 0-20-20 or similar fertilizer. Apply when it is dry. Hopefully I will have some good trail camera photographs to share soon. I sure hope we don’t have another … Continue reading