Looking for throw & grow mixes

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hunt4ever
 
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Looking for throw & grow mixes

Postby hunt4ever » Mon Aug 17, 2009 3:33 am

I hunt in Upstate NY - Washington County and want to plant some small killer plots with a throw & grow mix for bow season that starts in mid Oct.  What has worked for you Image Image I currently have a couple of spots that I hit with Roundup last week that I want to use as killing plots.  I have three destination food plots with brassica & turnips for the late season that are growing wellImage. A while back I saw a post that Antler King has a good throw and grow, but can't seem to find the posts.  Any help you can give me would be greatly appreciated.   Thanks, [size="4"]Tom Mac[/size]
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RE: Looking for throw & grow mixes

Postby ranwin33 » Mon Aug 17, 2009 11:01 am

You'd probably be just as well off using winter wheat or oats.  I think that's what most of the no till products use anyway as their main seed.
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RE: Looking for throw & grow mixes

Postby hunt4ever » Mon Aug 17, 2009 4:24 pm

Thanks for the info ranwin33, I will have to check into getting some winter wheat or oats.  I have not used either before, but I think it is easy on the wallet.  [size="4"]Tom Mac[/size]

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RE: Looking for throw & grow mixes

Postby ranwin33 » Tue Aug 18, 2009 3:13 am

Very easy on the wallet.
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