German millet tops for North Carolina doves

Roberson, Roy
September 2009
Southeast Farm Press;9/16/2009, Vol. 36 Issue 22, p16
Trade Publication
The article reports on the significance of German millet to catch doves in North Carolina. David Rowe, North Carolina Wildlife Biologist, states that German millet has replaced sunflowers, corn and other grain producing crops as the plant of choice for doves and dove hunters. He adds that the combination of burn down with an herbicide and actually burning with fire is the best treatment for German millet grown for doves.


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