The Easiest Thing You Can Do to Help Your Food Plots

This great deer hunting tip falls into the category of “Wow, that’s really simple and I should have been doing this all along” after you hear about it.

Deer hunters who plant food plots, from simple rye or clover to more elaborate mixtures and commercially bagged products, should all share one thing in common: soil sampling. Do you really know how simple it is to find a bucket, dig some dirt, mix it up, send it to a quality establishment that can provide you with analysis and recommendations.

It is not difficult. You can do this anywhere, from northern Wisconsin to southern Florida. It just takes a little time, a decision on which analytical service to use and then doing it.

Check out this video about the process from Mossy Oak:

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