Developed to produce more plants for a longer time period! Like the name says -- just throw and go! Evolved Harvest® Throw & Gro Game Seed attracts and holds deer wherever you want to hunt. Plant without disking so you can plant in areas that aren't accessible to heavy tilling and cultivating equipment. 5 lb. bag.
Manufacturer model #: 70505.
Evolved Harvest® Throw & Gro Game Seed
Grows Thick, Even When Extremely DRY
I planted 1 bag of this the last weekend of August after the hottest & Driest summer Oklahoma had ever seen last summer. It hadn't rained in over 80 days. raked ground, threw seed down with hand & hand watered once, it only rained 2 times after planting it & grass GREW IN ONE MONTH, thick & tall!!! Have included pic, it was taken after farmers cut the crop & while doing so they also cut my grass in half. I was hunting muzzleload & 150lb buck walked straight past my corn & started eating the grass. Will definitely plant again next season!!!
September 20, 2012
Throw Money Away and Gro Look for Something Else
Easy to use . Followed directions and nothing happened. Timed it with rain even. Tried Spring and Fall ...same results. Look for another seed.
May 28, 2012
Fantastic, Easy, Simple!
I will purchase this again next deer season. I was behind schedule and planted after deer season had started. I planted this on WMA where you are not allowed to plant. I literally kicked the leaves away and threw out the seed. Got a rain after a couple of days, and after 2 weeks I had a nice little green patch. I am very happy with the results considering the lack of effort on my part. Next year I will take the time to rake away the leaves and maybe fertilize. Got some good rains which helped out for sure! I believe the clover will come back again next year.
December 25, 2011
I bought 2 bags to try out around my 5.5acres and let me tell it was easy. I just raked back the leaves on 3 different 15 ft by 15 ft square areas, hand tossed the seeds out, took my insecticide sprayer and mixed water and miracle grow spraying each area thuroughly, and just watched. within 2 weeks i had ankle high food plots. it was great and the deer just flock to them in the early morning and late evenings.
October 19, 2011
yes, it will work in the woods, just make sure you rack it out to get all the dead leaves off the forest floor. You want it to be as close to dirt as possible. You would have to check MA wildlife to see what their definition of baiting is. It should not be considered baiting because it is technically growing, and it would be a food plot. But at the same time im not in MA and im not a game warden.
Used it this year, yes it needs water, but not alot. Sunlight, more the better, but where mine is planted it gets moderate sunlight and its already coming in nice and thick. Just make sure you use fertilizer and lime with it to make it come in thick and green.
1/2 acre or less depending on how much you seed. If you seed heavily, you will get thicker but less coverage. If you spread seed out thinner, you will cover more acreage, but will not come in as thick. brassica, clover, and another type of green.
i just planted mine about 3 weeks ago, and within 2 weeks i had ankle high food plots. i would follow the guide on the back of the package if you are unsure, but like i said i planted my 3 plots the first of october and they are ankle high and the deer are all over them already. hope this helps.
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