I've found out from years of planting food plots that it's also a good idea to stay away from the national branded plot seed and go with seeds produced and sold by local farms or feed and seed dealers. It doesn't make sense to plant corn on a food plot if everyone around you is farming corn. Also, planting taller growing plants such as hemp, sorghum, and Egyptian grass may help attract deer to the peas and soybeans you have planted in the plots since those taller growing plants provide a sense of security for the deer as they browse on the other stuff mixed into the plot. Personally I like to plant a variety with various maturity rates in my plots so that they provide a constant source of attractant species that help keep the deer coming back.
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