Food plots for wildlife; youth turkey hunting weekend

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Seeds and plants fill the local stores, and while we are all interested in what new blight-resistant tomatoes are being offered this season, itís time also to think about what you are going to plant in your deer food plot. Full page ads in many of the sporting magazines promote brassicas and clovers as top seed, which can come with a hefty price tag. Itís not uncommon to see a bag of mixed grasses, legumes, and brassicas at $150 for 20 pounds. Lured by the potential for a big buck to be dining in your field, many pay this tidy sum only to be disappointed with the results.

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