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Effective Food Plot Weed Control

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When I was a young boy, one of my assigned chores was to weed the
garden. My parents still laugh about my own unique weeding
technique. I would wear my baseball spikes and whip my leg back-
and-forth as fast as I could and break up the dirt and "pull the
weeds".
 
As funny as that was, it wasn't very productive. Likewise, food
plots full of weeds aren't very productive. They rob your forage
crops of the moisture and nutrients they need to thrive. If your
food plots aren't thriving, your deer aren't either.
 
Effective weed control is a key component to any food plot. Don't
skip this critical step, or else you're just wasting your time
and money. The weeds will choke out your crops and the only thing
you'll wind up grow is frustrated.
 
Here's a good weed control strategy for establishing a new plot
that I learned from Scott Rushe of AMPAC Seeds. First, mow the
area as low as possible. Next, spray it with Round Up and wait a
week.
 
After the Round Up has done its job, turn the soil over and wait
for the weeds to grow to a height of 4"-5". Spray the weeds again
with Round Up and you should be rid of weeds and ready to plant
your seed. You'll be well on your way to growing a low
maintenance, highly productive food plot that will keep deer
close by.



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