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  • Apr 19, 2016 :  Conservation

    New Red Oak Hybrid from Mossy Oak Nativ Nurseries

    At Mossy Oak Nativ Nurseries, we’re all about providing the best that Mother Nature has to offer, and our unique line of oak hybrids are second to none. Our newest offering, Scarlet x Willow Oak Hybrid (Quercus coccinea x phellow) oak, is arguably the most productive and beautiful of them all.
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  • Apr 12, 2016 :  Conservation

    Red Oak Hybrids: The “Next Big Thing” for Wildlife

    According to most wildlife biologists, red oaks need to be planted at a higher frequency than their cousins the white oaks. So why not take it a step further and plant superior hybrid red oaks? Red hybrids occur naturally, but are difficult to find due to their rarity. Because they are crosses between two species of red oak, red oak hybrids often exhibit traits making them more desirable to wildlife- and the wildlifers who plant and maintain them. Here are a few reasons you need to include red oak hybrids on your tree planting list.
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  • Apr 07, 2016 :  Conservation

    6 Reasons to Love Red Oaks

    Red oaks will boost your ego with their fast growth, especially in the first few years of their life. This fast growth and resulting large canopy at a young age translates to them getting ahead of the competition, and heavy crops of acorns production when they are mature.
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  • Mar 30, 2016 :  Conservation, How To

    4 Tips for Improving Native Food Sources

    What if you own property where the slope is too steep to plant food plots? What if you simply can’t afford the tools to plant acres of plots or maybe you simply don’t have the time to keep them in good condition? Various scenarios make it impossible to plant food plots, but there are a number of things we can do to enhance a property’s natural ability to produce more food.
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  • Mar 08, 2016 :  Conservation, Turkey

    One Small Mistake Can Ruin Your Turkey Population

    The wild turkey is an amazing bird. Although their numbers across the U.S. are really good, most any hunter or sportsman wouldn’t mind seeing a few more where they hunt or manage land. A simple mistake we see made every year that can have a negative impact on your turkey numbers is the good old bush hog. After being on your property during the spring, you begin to see a lot of things you would like to mow and keep cut back. Remember that those hens have nests hidden all over the place and many times they are in those grown up areas we are dying to get the tractor to and mow them down.
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