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  • Jun 14, 2017 :  Conservation, How To

    Planting for game birds: A little goes a long way

    Early June is a great time of year to think about getting some food planted for turkeys, quail, or other birds you plan to hunt. WhistleBack is a warm season blend of sorghum, three varieties of millets, Egyptian wheat, and sunflowers. This mix is designed to produce massive amounts of seed and at the same time offer cover for many species of upland birds. WhistleBack contains varieties that all grow and mature at different heights offering food to birds as small as quail and doves on up to pheasants or turkeys.
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  • Jun 08, 2017 :  Conservation, How To

    Overcoming Summer Food Plot Failures

    If you are a serious whitetail manager, you know that warm season food plots full of high protein forage are important for maintaining a healthy herd and growing bigger bucks. Warm season plantings like lablab, soybeans and peas are great additions to a deer’s diet, but they don’t come without some work. The two most common reasons for spring/summer food plot failure is over browsing and weed competition…and sometimes it’s both.
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  • Jun 01, 2017 :  How To, Conservation

    Are Your Seedlings Prepared for Summer?

    Planting seedlings and raising them to become trees can be a very rewarding experience. Seasoned tree planters will tell you that getting them through the heat and drought of their first summer is the biggest obstacle. Here are some tips for first summer success.
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  • May 24, 2017 :  Deer, Conservation

    GameKeeper’s Early Season Advantage

    Have you ever had a good buck patterned all summer long, and just needed a killer food plot to hunt over during the early archery season? We’ve all been there, and sometimes our early season food plots are still waiting on some rain to get up and going to have something to hunt over.
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  • May 17, 2017 :  How To, Conservation

    7 Tips to Keep Weeds Under Control

    One of the most common problems in food plots, especially perennials, is weed competition. Weeds rob your plot of essential nutrients, water, and root space. Given time and opportunity, weeds will quickly mature, produce seed, and overtake a well intended food plot. The use of herbicides is one of the greatest tools a wildlife manager can utilize to keep weeds under control and get the most out of your plantings. Here are a few tips to get the most from your efforts.
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