VIDEO: For Better Food Plots, Adjust Your Disk Angles

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Adjusting the cutting angle of the disks in your food plot implements can have a big impact on the results you get. Disks that are angled sharply against the direction you are pulling them will dig and cut more aggressively, while disks with a smaller angle will lightly chop or smooth the soil. Which is …

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Austrian Winter Peas

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Austrian winter pea (Pisum sativum) is a cool-season annual legume that has long been considered a high-preference forage for whitetails. Due to its nitrogen-fixing ability, winter pea has numerous agricultural uses, and it is very easy to establish in fall food plots. Widely Adapted Deer Forage Winter pea is considered a cool-season annual legume, although …

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Radishes for Deer

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Radishes (Raphanus sativus) are somewhat of a newcomer to the food plot menu for whitetails. Native to Asia, radishes are produced for a variety of uses but are primarily grown for food. In the United States, forage radishes typically aren’t grown for food but instead as a winter cover crop that can bust through hard …

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Sunn Hemp for Deer

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Sunn hemp (Crotalaria juncea) is a warm-season annual legume that has garnered attention from food plotters in recent years in the everlasting search for the new magic deer forage. Sunn hemp is a tropical/sub-tropical plant native to India. Research trials for this species date back to the 1930s in the United States, but more recent …

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VIDEO: The Power of Grain Sorghum in Summer Food Plots

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Grain sorghum is not so well known as soybeans, cowpeas and labab when it comes to warm-season food plots. But sorghum can give your summer blends a real advantage. See how this crop can play a crucial role by visiting the test plots at QDMA Headquarters. Benefits of Grain Sorghum in Summer Food PlotsDo you include …

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