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This is a very attractive annual blend of Brassicas and forage Soybeans! Typically brassica blends become more attractive after the first few frosts but with Ground Pounder the attraction begins immediately!! Knowing that these soybeans will never reach maturity is exactly what we want! At the onset of germination these soybeans will become a magnet to whitetails training them to where they can be sustained throughout the winter months. With the first hard frost, these soybeans plants will no longer be attractive as their cycle will end but with this first frost the turnip tops begin to start their high attractiveness and the "dinner plate" continues its drawing power!
A blend of cereal grains and greens consisting of forage Oats, Wheat, Rye, Triticale, & forage Collards. This blend was specifically designed and blended for late season plantings. Northern time zone plantings are Sept-thru mid Oct. and the Southern zone Oct-November.
These grains and collards produce very nutritious and attractive shoots that, if planted correctly, will handle an excessive amount of browse that is highly digestible, drawing the whitetails back throughout the season and winter months! If planted too early these grains will become tall, coarse, and grainy making them unattractive. If this happens, mow it back 3-4'' a few weeks prior to the hunting season. This is an annual blend but in most cases the grains will return in the spring.
Planting instructions: For best results prepare soil, broadcast and roll in with cultipacker firmly pressing seed into soil.
"Covert" is a specific blend of annual grains and grasses designed to create 9'-12' tall screen with the "back-bone" to stand thru extreme weather conditions completely covering up any desired plot from roads, neighbors, other plots etc. Also used to create pinch points or travel corridors to put whitetails right where you want them!
Genesis "Double Shot" Is a proprietary blend of wildlife grain sorghum proven to keep the investment of your soybeans vertical through the tuff winter months. Not only does this protect the soybeans, but it's also an abundant source of nutritional value, not to mention the wildlife cover it provides! (Unbelievable for upland game birds too!)
Give your plot that highly attractive one-two punch of high protein and loads of starch. Protein is slow to burn and as the temperatures fall its needed much more. Much like corn, this specific blend of Sorghum is quick to turn to energy! Whitetails can only proccess just so much protien in their daily diet (13-16%), so nature lets them manage that internally and forces them to balance their diet with these starches as well.
The Miscanthus Grass that we use is a perennial grass with bamboo-like stems that can grow to heights of more than 13' in one season (from the third season onwards) creating a tall thick wall of green!
We use this grass in areas that we want to create soft, (not stumped) yet permanent hedge rows along roads or around plots. We also use this in areas to create permanent pinch points and corridors for year round whitetail travel.
This specific Miscanthus seed is sterile, so it is planted by the rhizome (root 2-1/2-5" long). For optimum structure and stanability, we plant these rhizomes in 2-3 rows every 18" apart and each rhizome 18" apart (18"x18"x18") which would be 67 rhizomes per 100'.
Always plant miscanthus when ground temps are consistantly 60 dregrees or higher.
"Buckstop" oats is a very hardy forage oat with a good lodging score that has excellent emergence and is super attractive to whitetails in it's infant stage.
This variety is also our go-to variety when nursing in a new stand of clover, alfalfa, etc. that needs that quick and vital protection and weed suppression as it's being established.
When planted as a stand alone product in the fall, Buckstop oats is sure to stop them in their tracks every time!
( For best results 48lb per acre when blended or 96lb stand alone)