- Food Plots
|Hunting Man ||07-14-2012 03:48 PM |
Late summer/early fall?
For PA what would be the best late season planting? I use to plant all late spring/early summer but things have caused me to have to try a late season planting of something. I would like it to be good for the deer not just an attractant. Last times I just mixed, clovers, chickory, brassicas but short grow time table excludes brassicas. What do you guys that are in the know suggest. PA soil, heavy clay that I can get worked up pretty well, the area was an old pasture many years ago. Thanks.
|delbert ||07-14-2012 05:26 PM |
I like oats for winter food here, i dont know how they do so far north
|Hunting Man ||07-16-2012 11:42 PM |
potential early frost could be a problem. I was thinking something like throw & grow for a quick green-up maybe mix in some clover???
|spiker ||07-17-2012 06:58 AM |
Hm ive used the easy plot from evolved harvest with good results.If there is any rain this w.end or next week im gonna seed this w.end on a logging road spot i plant on.Most of these quick annuals grow because this one is mostly rye grass and some brassicas but you get limited brassica growth.
|delbert ||07-17-2012 05:14 PM |
Oats take frost and freezes with out missing a lick and it stays green and growing with snow on it here .
I'm sure there may be a low temp point but i haven't seen it
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