Deer Food Plots Made Easy book review

Deer Food Plots Made Easy
DIY Deer Food Plots
 
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This e-book is well written and easy to understand and is a useful tool in getting the plot right the first time, eliminating the trial and error of making a new deer plot. The book covers all the areas of selecting a good plot area in relation to existing vegetation, water supply, wind direction, etc.  This book has in-depth information on preparing the area, useful tools, soil tests, selecting seeds, planting and maintaining a deer forage plot.  
 
Buy now and the book comes with bonus information on;
deer minerals, landing a perfect buck, and handy information on quickly figuring out the scoring potential of a rack before you choose to harvest the buck.
 
 
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FORAGE DAIKON RADISH ( 5 pounds) forage daikon radish seed   Forage Daikon Radish Seeds 5 lb 
Deerseeds Premium Deer Plot Mix (8 pounds) premium mix Premium Deer Plot Mix 8 lbs  Plants 1 Acre This seed mix can be planted without tilling the soil, no plow needed.  The seeds need to make soil contact and need moisture to germinate. 
SUGAR BEETS, UNCOATED SEED (order by the pound) Sugar Beet Seed  Uncoated Sugar Beets 1 lb   Deer are attracted to both the tops and roots of Sugar Beets.  Sugar beets can produce roots anywhere from 2 to 4 pounds when mature. The roots are very attractive to deer, especially in colder months. Sugar beets do not like competetion with weeds, it is best to use a good weed killer before planting and wait the recommended time on the label before planting the seeds. Soil pH of 6.0 to 6.8. Sugar Betts can be planted by being drilled, planted in rows, or by broadcasting.
Black seeded Simpson Lettuce (1 ounce) Black Seeded Simpson  Black Seeded Simpson Lettuce 1 oz