Episode11

Episode #11 – Phil Holcombe (PA) – Quick Easy Food Plot, No-Till Food Plots In-Depth, Food Plot Insurance, New Properties & Addressing It, Core vs. Home Range for Bucks, Mono-Culture vs. Diversity Plots



NE PA – No Till Food Plots in Depth.

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A very detailed conversation today on No Till style food plots.  Also called, throw and mow, or spray and pray, this is a very interesting topic that can be done with minimal equipment.

Quick Easy Food Plot – Minimal Equipment

No-Till Food Plots In-Depth

Food Plot Insurance vs Mono-Culture Plots

Food Plots in 1 day

New Properties & How To Address Them

Core vs. Home Range for Bucks

Skip to 1:45 to skip intro.

 

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Jared Vanhees

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3 Comments

  1. Paul christian on July 25, 2018 at 6:03 am

    Great info

  2. Shaun Kinsey on August 2, 2018 at 11:18 am

    I plan on trying the mow and spray method in my destination food plot with brassicas. My original plan was to overseed the RR soybeans I planted in the spring with brassicas when the soybeans start to yellow. But unfortunately I was unable to make it out and spray the field over the summer and the weeds have overtaken. The field is still full of soybeans that are stunted from all the weeds. So I guess my question is: Can I spray field WITHOUT mowing so I don’t destroy soybeans and come back and broadcast seed? Or do I just give up on the beans, mow, spray, then plant?

    • Jared Vanhees on January 15, 2019 at 2:42 pm

      Hi Shaun – I didnt see this right away. How tall were the weeds? I would spray the field and broadcast the brassicas into the dead thatch. My thatch was 18″ tall and worked great.

      What did you end up doing? Shoot me a message on FB for any other questions 🙂 THank you for listening.

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