01-02-2015, 06:07 AM
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Join Date: Sep 2008
Location: New Hampshire
There are so many seed types out there
clover is probably easiest to plant in the colder regions with short growing seasons. It would also depend on if you are looking for a feeding plot
or are you looking for the health of the deer this would narrow down what you will plant. Also need to know what planting zone you are in this could narrow down your choices dramatically. I can say I have had the best luck here in NH so far using Mossy Oak Biologic Outfitters blend (annual) & many of the clover seed. Most food plot seeds are annual. The perennial mixes will mostly be clover blends & rape or chicory. I would Not do a throw & grow/ No till if you are looking for a perennial you will be putting a lot of time into plots so I would do it right & Till it, weed it, lime and fertilizer it lot of great info on the net
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