Mossy Oak Biologic Planting Guide

October 30, 2013 by  
Filed under Bowhunting Tips, Food Plot

 

Planting Guide Map


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 onset of autumn rains. A good rule of thumb is to make sure your food plots are planted at least 30-45 days prior to the first frost. Clover Plus, Premium Perennial and Maximum are excellent choices for planting in the Northern Zone. For more details on Waterfowl Forage planting in the Northern Zone, please contact BioLogicT.

BioLogicT Products Planting Dates for Northern Zone
Maximum Frost Seed / Spring / Early Summer/ Late Summer
Premium Perennial Frost Seed / Spring / Early Summer
Clover Plus Frost Seed / Spring / Early Summer
Green Patch Late Summer / Early Fall
Full Draw Late Summer / Early Fall
BioMaxxT Late Spring / Early Summer
LabLab Early Summer
Hot Spot Late Summer / Early Fall
Outfitter’s Blend Late Summer / Early Fall
Turkey Gold Chufa Late Spring / Early Summer
Chicory Spring / Early Summer / Late Summer
Whitetail Addiction Trophy Oats Late Summer / Early Fall
Whitetail Addiction Clover Patch Frost Seed / Spring / Early Summer
Plot Performance Additive Chicory Frost Seed / Spring / Early Summer
Plot Performance Additive Brassica Frost Seed / Spring / Early Summer/ Late Summer
Plot Performance Additive Alfalfa Frost Seed / Spring / Early Summer
Plot Performance Additive AlfaClover Frost Seed / Spring / Early Summer
Waterfowl Forage Call for details
Guide’s Choice Summer

Note:
Many successful food plot planters mix Maximum and Premium Perennial with their current commodity blends as additional forage and are very pleased with the results. For more information on this practice call 1-866-677-9625.

Transitional Planting Guide

For the Transitional Zone, optimum planting time for Clover Plus and Premium Perennial is early fall. This allows the plants to establish a better root system to survive summer heat. However, both will do very well during an early spring planting, typically 30-40 days prior to the last frost in your area. These varieties provide long-term nutrition for the wildlife on your property. Excellent stands of Maximum can be established with early spring plantings or early fall plantings. Maximum is an excellent choice for over-seeding existing stands of Clover Plus and Premium Perennial. Green Patch Plus and Full Draw exhibit optimum results when planted during early fall. BioMaxxT and Waterfowl Forage should be planted when soybeans are planted locally.

BioLogicT Products Planting Dates for Transitional Zone
Maximum Early Fall
Premium Perennial Spring / Early Fall
Clover Plus Spring / Early Fall
Green Patch Early Fall
Full Draw Early Fall
BioMaxx Late Spring/Early Summer
LabLab Late Spring/Early Summer
Hot Spot Early Fall
Outfitter’s Blend Early Fall
Turkey Gold Chufa Early Summer
Chicory Spring / Early Summer / Early Fall
Whitetail Addiction Trophy Oats Early Fall
Whitetail Addiction Clover Patch Spring / Early Summer
Plot Performance Additive Chicory Spring / Early Summer / Early Fall
Plot Performance Additive Brassica Early Fall
Plot Performance Additive Alfalfa Spring / Early Fall
Plot Performance Additive AlfaClover Spring / Early Fall
Waterfowl Forage Late Spring
Guide’s Choice Summer

Note:
Many successful food plot planters mix Maximum and Premium Perennial with their current commodity blends as additional forage and are very pleased with the results. For more information on this practice call 1-866-677-9625.

Southern Planting Guide

For the Southern Zone, Clover Plus and Premium Perennial should ideally be planted during early fall. These varieties can be planted in early spring but should be avoided for late spring plantings due to limited root growth before hot, dry conditions. Maximum is excellent for over-seeding into existing Clover Plus and Premium Perennial plots in early fall or for stand-alone plots in the early fall. BioMaxxT is the product of choice for late spring and early summer plantings in the Southern Zone. Waterfowl Forage should only be planted in the late spring or early summer in this zone. Our central and southern Texas customers have great results planting Premium Perennial in the fall. It provides excellent fall, spring and early summer growth, but should be replanted the following fall.

BioLogicT Products Planting Dates for Southern Zone
Maximum Early Fall/Mid Fall
Premium Perennial Early Fall/Mid Fall
Clover Plus Early Fall/Mid Fall
Green Patch Early Fall/Mid Fall
Full Draw Early Fall/Mid Fall
BioMaxx Late Spring/Early Summer
LabLab Late Spring/Early Summer
Hot Spot Early Fall / Mid Fall
Outfitter’s Blend Early Fall / Mid Fall
Turkey Gold Chufa Late Spring / Early Summer
Chicory Early Fall / Mid Fall
Whitetail Addiction Trophy Oats Early Fall / Mid Fall
Whitetail Addiction Clover Patch Early Fall / Mid Fall
Plot Performance Additive Chicory Early Fall / Mid Fall
Plot Performance Additive Brassica Early Fall / Mid Fall
Plot Performance Additive Alfalfa Early Fall / Mid Fall
Plot Performance Additive AlfaClover Early Fall / Mid Fall
Waterfowl Forage Late Spring / Early Summer
Guide’s Choice Late Summer
Texas Draw September / October

Note:
Many successful food plot planters mix Maximum and Premium Perennial with their current commodity blends as additional forage and are very pleased with the results. For more information on this practice call 1-866-677-9625.

Good Luck and Remember “You Won’t Get’em if You Don’t Stick’em“©

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