Game seed, feed & nutrition
A DEER ATTRACTANT SO POWERFUL IT SHOULD REQUIRE A SPECIAL PERMIT. In all of our experience we’ve never witnessed a more potent deer attractant than our oats. Not to mention an easier to plant and easier to grow crop. Our Trophy Oats are blended with an early maturing oat for early season attractiveness and a cold tolerant oat variety for late season performance. It’s a blend that is proving itself as an incomparable performer from Minnesota to south Mississippi. There’s no better way to ensure a steady stream of whitetails walking across your property than to include Trophy Oats in your fall planting scheme. This product is not available for shipment to Canada. The following seeds are available for shipment to Canada: Clover Plus, Premium Perennial, Maximum, Winter Bulbs & Sugar Beets, Perfect Plot, and Brassica Plot Performance Additive. Details: Supported Species Whitetail Deer Northern Zone Late Summer Transitional Zone Late Summer, Fall Southern Zone Fall Coverage 90 lbs. per acre. Planting Depth 1 to 2 inches Soil pH 6.0 to 7.0 Fertilizer 350 to 400 lbs of 10-10-10 per acre. Protein 10% to 20% protein depending on the stage of growth the plant is in. However the proteins are highly digestible up to 60%. Nutrition 10% to 20% protein depending on the stage of growth the plant is in. However the proteins are highly digestible up to 60%. Primary Usage Expect usage to start shortly after germination. Soil Type Will grow in all soil types pending adequate soil moisture is available. How to Plant Trophy Oats can be broadcast or drilled into a well—prepared seedbed at a rate of 90 lbs. per acre due to heavy browse pressure. It's best to cover the seed 1-2 inches and plant just before an expected rain. Oats are a larger seed and need a bit more soil coverage than traditional BioLogic blends. When to Plant Plant during the last of august in the northern states. Plant during the September in the middle latitude states and September/October in the southern states. Many people have success planting oats in the spring for deer in northern climates. Our best experiences with this product are in the fall.
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