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#3266410 - 06/11/13 11:50 PM Birth of a food plot
Stick'n'String
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Been trying to take pics of a few areas we opened up and planted this year.

Both areas were cleared in February and then planted early March in a mix of oats and clover (Patriot and Crimson). Plan was to replant in fall but things have grown so well I'm taking a wait and see approach at this point.

Plot #1 (35 yrd W x 125 yrd L)








Plot #2 (45 yrd W x 75 yrd L)





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#3266494 - 06/12/13 07:29 AM Re: Birth of a food plot [Re: Stick'n'String]
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Looks great!
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#3266701 - 06/12/13 12:31 PM Re: Birth of a food plot [Re: A.Hall]
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Plot #2 looks like it will be a good honey hole
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#3267412 - 06/13/13 12:21 PM Re: Birth of a food plot [Re: Deerbuster1996]
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looking good
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#3269220 - 06/16/13 09:17 PM Re: Birth of a food plot [Re: Football Hunter]
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nice job
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#3285118 - 07/07/13 08:09 PM Re: Birth of a food plot [Re: Stick'n'String]
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Looks great .............did you lime?
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#3285670 - 07/08/13 12:49 PM Re: Birth of a food plot [Re: Boone 58]
Stick'n'String
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I did not amend the soil in any way but need to. We had some large burn piles in these plots and the growth in those areas far surpassed the remainder.

Planning to get soil tests done in the next few weeks and go from there.
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