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Soil RX Food Plot Seed Mix

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Benefits of Soil Amendment for Food Plots

  • Improved Nutrient Content: Adding soil amendments like compost or organic matter can enrich the soil with essential nutrients. This leads to healthier vegetation in food plots, attracting deer and turkeys.
  • Enhanced Soil Structure: Soil amendments help improve soil structure, making it easier for plant roots to penetrate the ground. This improves water retention and allows plants to thrive, benefiting both deer and dove populations.
  • Increased Biodiversity: By amending the soil in food plots, you can support a diverse range of plant species. This creates a more varied and abundant food source, attracting a wider array of wildlife such as deer and doves.
    Seed Mix

    Buckwheat is a popular all-around warm season annual that has many uses as a food plot crop with an abundance of seeds that appeal to a large number of the wildlife. Buckwheat grows well in almost any soil and is usually planted alone, produces clusters of small white flowers forming triangular shaped black seeds that shatter easily giving access for stalk feeding for smaller birds. Provides good ground cover and the stalks will remain after the seed shatters out thus providing additional cover for smaller wildlife. A great cover crop for enhancing soil, excellent summer food plot forage that is extremely early maturing with seed yields as fast as 7-10 weeks after emergence.

    • Soil Types: Wide variety of soils
    • Seeding Rate: 40-50 lbs. per acre
    • Planting Depth: 1-2 inch
    • Planting Date: April-Sept 

    Sunn Hemp is a fast-growing, nitrogen-fixing legume. Sunn Hemp is used for green manure forage, organic soil building and cover crop applications. Sunn Hemp is non seed-bearing in the North American climates. Sunn Hemp provides as much as 2.5 tons per acre of green tonnage. with a maximum of 100 units of Nitrogen fixation per acre in as little as 60 days. It is also known to suppress nematodes.

    • Soil Types: Wide variety of soils
    • Seeding Rate: 30 - 50 lbs. per acre
    • Planting Depth: 1/4 - 1/2 inch
    • Planting Date: April-July

    Forage soybeans are selected for their late season, leafy characteristics. In northern and transitional regions of the United States, Forage soybeans will retain their leaves while other varieties used for grain production will drop their forage and expose the pods. They will provide a lush forage well into the fall or bow hunting season. For Southern regions, we recommend waiting to plant until July or August to maintain this late leafy characteristic.

    • Soil Types: Wide variety of soils
    • Seeding Rate: 50- 60 lbs. per acre
    • Planting Depth: 1/2 - 1 inch
    • Planting Date: June-July

    Lab Lab  is an extremely attractive and nutritious warm-season annual legume. This legume is very heat and drought tolerant. Plant in a clean, firm seedbed.

    • Soil Types: Wide variety of soils
    • Seeding Rate: 25 lbs. per acre
    • Planting Depth: 1 inch
    • Planting Date: May-July

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    Description

    Benefits of Soil Amendment for Food Plots

    • Improved Nutrient Content: Adding soil amendments like compost or organic matter can enrich the soil with essential nutrients. This leads to healthier vegetation in food plots, attracting deer and turkeys.
    • Enhanced Soil Structure: Soil amendments help improve soil structure, making it easier for plant roots to penetrate the ground. This improves water retention and allows plants to thrive, benefiting both deer and dove populations.
    • Increased Biodiversity: By amending the soil in food plots, you can support a diverse range of plant species. This creates a more varied and abundant food source, attracting a wider array of wildlife such as deer and doves.
      Seed Mix

      Buckwheat is a popular all-around warm season annual that has many uses as a food plot crop with an abundance of seeds that appeal to a large number of the wildlife. Buckwheat grows well in almost any soil and is usually planted alone, produces clusters of small white flowers forming triangular shaped black seeds that shatter easily giving access for stalk feeding for smaller birds. Provides good ground cover and the stalks will remain after the seed shatters out thus providing additional cover for smaller wildlife. A great cover crop for enhancing soil, excellent summer food plot forage that is extremely early maturing with seed yields as fast as 7-10 weeks after emergence.

      • Soil Types: Wide variety of soils
      • Seeding Rate: 40-50 lbs. per acre
      • Planting Depth: 1-2 inch
      • Planting Date: April-Sept 

      Sunn Hemp is a fast-growing, nitrogen-fixing legume. Sunn Hemp is used for green manure forage, organic soil building and cover crop applications. Sunn Hemp is non seed-bearing in the North American climates. Sunn Hemp provides as much as 2.5 tons per acre of green tonnage. with a maximum of 100 units of Nitrogen fixation per acre in as little as 60 days. It is also known to suppress nematodes.

      • Soil Types: Wide variety of soils
      • Seeding Rate: 30 - 50 lbs. per acre
      • Planting Depth: 1/4 - 1/2 inch
      • Planting Date: April-July

      Forage soybeans are selected for their late season, leafy characteristics. In northern and transitional regions of the United States, Forage soybeans will retain their leaves while other varieties used for grain production will drop their forage and expose the pods. They will provide a lush forage well into the fall or bow hunting season. For Southern regions, we recommend waiting to plant until July or August to maintain this late leafy characteristic.

      • Soil Types: Wide variety of soils
      • Seeding Rate: 50- 60 lbs. per acre
      • Planting Depth: 1/2 - 1 inch
      • Planting Date: June-July

      Lab Lab  is an extremely attractive and nutritious warm-season annual legume. This legume is very heat and drought tolerant. Plant in a clean, firm seedbed.

      • Soil Types: Wide variety of soils
      • Seeding Rate: 25 lbs. per acre
      • Planting Depth: 1 inch
      • Planting Date: May-July