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Easy Plot No-Till Forage Seed Can be planted without disking up the ground. Little effort, big results. Includes Tetraploid Forage Rye Grass, Forage Rape, and annual Forage Clovers. Great for Spring or Fall.
Rated 1 out of 5 by RackAttack Easy Not
Planted this seed on a controlled burn area this spring. I raked and dragged the area to clear any left over debris. Spread the seed evenly and even packed it in by walking over the 20 by 35 yd area.. Did all of this before a decent, but not soaking rain, and...wait for it...nothing. I am sure it would work if I used equipment, but the package said you didn't need it...which is good as I don't have it.
I'd try other easy-to-plant brands as a suggestion.
June 21, 2011
Rated 5 out of 5 by sdfarmer great
We had a ditch line dug through a section of woods, and the ground left around the ditch was bare, so I decided to try this product there. I waited about three days and we had drizzling rain so I decided to do it then. I walked around broadcasting it with my hands on both sides of the ditch. The turn out was great. I did no fertilizer or anything. I had a beautiful green plot. It was over a foot tall and the deer loved it. It survived a MS winter.
January 9, 2010
Rated 4 out of 5 by supremeweasel67 Nice for deep woods hunters
This is nice for putting in a little honey hole deep in the woods.
does not require heavy equipment prior to planting. However, a little land prep prior to planting will provide better results. Lime and Fertilizer are important. Does better with direct sunlight.
May 3, 2009
Rated 4 out of 5 by Coz8 Good if you plant it right
This product works great. It can withstand the heat and the cold weather conditions. I planted the seed in two different plots. The first plot didn't do very well. Although the second plot worked great, since I fertilized it. The second plot reached 18 inches. So a good product, but great with some fertilizer.
December 20, 2008
i am hunting on log land, a year or two ago the cut and burned long leaf pines, the ground is still chared and they have replanted it a last summer. I want to know what will grow in tough conditions and poor rain, i plant to kill the weeds, and fertilize the seed, will this work , if it will what will i need to do, if it wont what can you recomend. I dont have a any machinery, and i plan to plant on the side of a hill and in and around a small river bed by oaks. i live in south mississippi if that helps.
I planted this in GA last year and all i did was till a few inches deep, threw the seed out, raked it over then threw out 10-10-5 fertilizer and it came up great, but i had a real small plot and the deer mowed it down pretty quick