I am heading up to Necedah next weekend (16th) to put down 4 food plots of turnips, wintergreens and winter peas. Nothing else grows in that Juneau County sand. We've had mild success with different Mossy Oak and Whitetail Extreme turnip products. The winter peas is a new trial for me this year. We're not actually feeding the deer on that 120 acres, mostly hoping to get them to stop by, munch a little free groceries and leave scent all over for curious bucky for later in the fall.
Looks like rains might be in the forecast (60% Thur & Fri) and again after we plant. All I can do is hope. I'm gonna go back up the middle/end of August to see how things turned out, take some pictures and put up trail cameras.
The attachement is the back end of one of the four fields around the 16th of June. We had sprayed round-up on everything Memorial weekend and tilled everything over in mid-june.
Stay tuned, wish me luck!!!
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One day my ship will come in!! My luck, I'll be at the airport.