Food Plot Fundementals Video

January 2, 2014 by  
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Stick’em Archery team walks through a weekend of Summer Food Plot preparation in South Carolina.  Team discusses some fundamentals to putting in your food plots to help set them up for greatest outcome.  These tips are from lessons learned, and experts who contribute to StickemArchery.com.  The key is getting it right from the start and [...]

Pulling Food Plot Soil Sample

January 2, 2014 by  
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By: Rans Thomas, Thomas Resources, Wildlife & Land Enhancement, Inc.
Contributor to StickemArchery.com
I often get questions about what type of fertilizer  to use on a  food plot.  This is a very common question but requires an indirect answer.  In order to know what fertilizer blend you need to apply for your plots and crops you MUST [...]

Rye, Wheat and Oats- which one do you choose this year?

January 2, 2014 by  
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A common ingredient in many food plots are the cereal grains: rye, wheat and oats. What’s the difference in the three? They are all annuals, so they germinate and grow quickly and begin providing deer forage in a short time, and they are relatively easy to plant. This makes them ideal for fall-planted food plots [...]

Follow this Food Plot Part # 2

January 2, 2014 by  
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Bowhunting Boss here to update you on our north Georgia summer food plot is moving along well.  We have divided the farm into (4) plots with a variety seeds from Tecomate Lab Lab Plus, Buck Peas Plus and iron clay peas.  The larger two fields are close to (2) acres a piece that are planted [...]

Food Plot Planting Strategies

October 30, 2013 by  
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Food Plot Strategies – Q & A

By Rans Thomas
The Wildlife & Land Enhancement Company
Thomas Resources W&LE Inc.
As hunters we hear about the importance of providing high quality nutrition to deer herds to maximize both antler development and body size.    No matter if you hunt 20 acres or 2,000 acres there are strategies you can [...]

Mossy Oak Biologic Planting Guide

October 30, 2013 by  
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Northern Planting Guide

To give your plants the best chance of success, plant with adequate soil moisture. Typically, early spring and fall planting will be the most successful. You can frost seed or plant in the spring when daytime high temps start to reach 63-65 degrees. Fall plantings should be planted prior to the [...]

How big does your Food Plot need to be?

October 30, 2013 by  
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By: Rans Thomas, Thomas Resources, Wildlife & Land Enhancement, Inc.
Contributor to StickemArchery.com

As hunters we hear about the importance of providing high quality nutrition to deer herds to maximize both antler development and body size.  I get to see the impact of providing whitetails with High Quality Year Round Food Plots throughout the country.  No [...]

Follow this Food Plot – Part 1

October 30, 2013 by  
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There are many aspects of bowhunting that are really fun.  One of them is being able to hunt small tracts of land that may be holding a monster on it.  I have harvested a lot of qaulity bucks on small tracts of land and depending on the food source available you may be able to [...]

Tecomate Seed Planting Guide

October 30, 2013 by  
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Tecomate Region Planting Guide

Research and innovation lead to guaranteed product success.
In the 90′s Tecomate Seed was a Texas brand. The company evolved as a result of years of hard work, research and trophy whitetail bucks on the famed Tecomate Ranch. After scientifically proving what food plots could do for increasing the quantity [...]

Food Plot & Deer Management Project

October 30, 2013 by  
Filed under Food Plot, Ulitmate Preperation

This Georgia property is ~ 30 acres of plantable land with 20 acres of horse and cattle pasture.  Surrounding this property is contiguous woods with suburban areas that stretch over several square mile and few hundred acres of woods.  There are great genetics within the deer population but limited high quality year round food sources.  [...]

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