West Texas food plots

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West Texas food plots

Postby pastorbrett » Fri Mar 12, 2010 7:01 am

A prominent biologist, Ben Koerth, said that west of I-35 you only get a summer food plot to make about once every 5 years.  So I've been thinking instead about planting shrubs, the only one I know of at this point is Japanese honeysuckle.  Is this a good idea?  Are there other shrubs or some food plot ideas that will work in dry, drought-prone areas?
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Brett Becker  

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