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Frost Bite Food Plot Seed Mix

Description

Frost Bite Food Plot Seed Mix is a high-performance blend designed to attract and sustain deer, doves, and turkeys. With a carefully balanced combination of seed varieties, it ensures a plentiful food source with exceptional nutrition. Perfect for a variety of climates!

Seed in Mix

Winter Wheat (Forage) Forage Winter Wheat is a winter annual grain commonly planted for forage production. It is an awnless variety of winter wheat bred for superior forage quality and yield in comparison to other winter annual small grains. It is a late-maturing variety of winter wheat, which results in an extended period of vegetative growth in the spring that is correlated with higher forage quality. Forage Winter Wheat has good winter hardiness and can be used in northern climates that experience harsh winter temperatures. It is also relatively drought tolerant and can be used in dryland applications or on lighter soils.

  • Soil Types: Moderately deep loam
  • Seeding Rate: 100 lbs. per acre 
  • Planting Depth: 1 inch 
  • Planting Date: Mid – Late Fall

Oats (Buck Forage) Buck Forage Oats provide deer with a forage option from early fall through the first few hard freezes. This mix is an excellent choice for avid bowhunters targeting deer during this time.

  • Soil Types: Moderately deep loam
  • Seeding Rate: 100 lbs. per acre 
  • Planting Depth: 1 inch 
  • Planting Date: Late Summer – Early Fall 

Annual Ryegrass (Cereal Grain) builds soil without investing much in a cover crop, consider annual ryegrass. A quick-growing, non-spreading bunch grass, annual ryegrass is a reliable, versatile performer almost anywhere, assuming adequate moisture and fertility. It does a fine job of holding soil, taking up excess N and outcompeting weeds.

  • Soil Types: Moderately deep loam
  • Seeding Rate: 100 lbs. per acre 
  • Planting Depth: 1 inch 
  • Planting Date: Late Summer – Early Fall

Cowpeas  cowpeas are a summer annual legume. Cowpeas are the most productive legume in warm regions of the United States. With their highly digestible, protein packed leaves they are commonly used as a warm season forage for deer and livestock. They are also commonly planted as a cover crop because they fix nitrogen, they have fast, weed-suppressing growth, and they are exceptionally drought and heat tolerant.

  • Soil Types: Moderately deep loam
  • Seeding Rate: 30-60 lbs. per acre 
  • Planting Depth: 1/2-1 inch 
  • Planting Date: Late Summer – Early Fall

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Description

Frost Bite Food Plot Seed Mix is a high-performance blend designed to attract and sustain deer, doves, and turkeys. With a carefully balanced combination of seed varieties, it ensures a plentiful food source with exceptional nutrition. Perfect for a variety of climates!

Seed in Mix

Winter Wheat (Forage) Forage Winter Wheat is a winter annual grain commonly planted for forage production. It is an awnless variety of winter wheat bred for superior forage quality and yield in comparison to other winter annual small grains. It is a late-maturing variety of winter wheat, which results in an extended period of vegetative growth in the spring that is correlated with higher forage quality. Forage Winter Wheat has good winter hardiness and can be used in northern climates that experience harsh winter temperatures. It is also relatively drought tolerant and can be used in dryland applications or on lighter soils.

  • Soil Types: Moderately deep loam
  • Seeding Rate: 100 lbs. per acre 
  • Planting Depth: 1 inch 
  • Planting Date: Mid – Late Fall

Oats (Buck Forage) Buck Forage Oats provide deer with a forage option from early fall through the first few hard freezes. This mix is an excellent choice for avid bowhunters targeting deer during this time.

  • Soil Types: Moderately deep loam
  • Seeding Rate: 100 lbs. per acre 
  • Planting Depth: 1 inch 
  • Planting Date: Late Summer – Early Fall 

Annual Ryegrass (Cereal Grain) builds soil without investing much in a cover crop, consider annual ryegrass. A quick-growing, non-spreading bunch grass, annual ryegrass is a reliable, versatile performer almost anywhere, assuming adequate moisture and fertility. It does a fine job of holding soil, taking up excess N and outcompeting weeds.

  • Soil Types: Moderately deep loam
  • Seeding Rate: 100 lbs. per acre 
  • Planting Depth: 1 inch 
  • Planting Date: Late Summer – Early Fall

Cowpeas  cowpeas are a summer annual legume. Cowpeas are the most productive legume in warm regions of the United States. With their highly digestible, protein packed leaves they are commonly used as a warm season forage for deer and livestock. They are also commonly planted as a cover crop because they fix nitrogen, they have fast, weed-suppressing growth, and they are exceptionally drought and heat tolerant.

  • Soil Types: Moderately deep loam
  • Seeding Rate: 30-60 lbs. per acre 
  • Planting Depth: 1/2-1 inch 
  • Planting Date: Late Summer – Early Fall