Planning wildlife food plots: Keep it simple, but don't forget habitat needs

Robinson, Elton
November 2005
Southeast Farm Press;11/16/2005, Vol. 32 Issue 26, Special Section p6
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The article presents the recommendations of wildlife biologist Mike Hansbrough on planning wildlife food plots in the U.S. in 2005. Hansbrough advised that if one wants to see turkey and deer tracks dimpling the ground around the food plot, he should keep it simple and think about habitat. He also recommended the selection of a good side, soil testing, applying appropriate lime and fertilizer and using good planting techniques.


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