Magician will plant 1/4 acre or a strip 8' wide by 1360' long. With 4 different types of plants it will grow up to 10' plus.
With a blend of plants the shorter growing plants will add structure and strength to the taller plants.
Egyptian Wheat is a member of the sorghum family and produces long, slender stalks that reach 7 to 10 feet in height with large seed heads. Long relatively narrow plots are preferable when used as a food plot barrier. Its tall growth structure provides protective cover where wildlife can feed while remaining safe from detection. Plots must be replanted each year, although some seeds from the last growing season may sprout the following year. Egyptian wheat matures late providing additional food and cover for wildlife. Plant after danger of frost has passed, best on fertile well-drained sites receiving full or lightly filtered sunlight, grows poorly in excessively drained sandy soils.
Grain sorghum is a warm season, annual forage grass. It can be used for forage production, as a cover crop planting, or planted for wildlife. Sometimes referred to as milo, grain sorghum grows similarly to corn, but produces a seed head on top of the plant rather than ears. Grain sorghum is easier to grow than corn because it tolerates drought conditions very well and doesn’t require the high fertility levels that corn does for normal growth. It will grow about 3-5 feet tall under ideal conditions. Deer and upland gamebirds will consume the mature seed heads as a good energy source.
Sorghum Sudan grass is a warm season, annual forage grass. Sorghum Sudan grass is a palatable, drought tolerant plant that can smother weeds, suppress various nematode species, and penetrate compacted soils with its extensive root system.