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The Best Tillage for Food Plots (691)



Examples from the field on why roots and worms make the best tillage for food plots. No-till planting with cover crops will save you time and money with more nutritious food for whitetails! Many hunters are asking when it's time to plant food plots. It's not time yet unless you are frost seeding clover or planting in the far southern portion of the United States. Check your planting guides based on your zone and the seed variety for when to plant food plots in your area. There have also been a ton of questions about using a not-till drill. This has really caught on and many people are purchasing a drill or getting two or three buddies to get a drill and sharing it or renting it from the local co-op or NRCS office. It's a vastly superior way to plant food plots and protect the soil. See more of our videos on how to have the best food plots possible in this playlist, https://youtube.com/playlist?list=PLQYBop7_Gt_FqPNC_krQLN-znbKM6cWs4 Resources:
We use the food plot seed blends from Green Cover seeds, https://greencover.com/food-plots/
Our Genesis no-till drill is from RTP Outdoors, https://www.rtpoutdoors.com/genesis
We use Case tractors, https://www.caseih.com/northamerica/en-us/products/tractors/maxxum-series @GrowingDeerTV
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