The company that started the food plot industry. Since 1988, the Whitetail Institute has been recognized as the pioneer and leader in food plots and whitetail deer nutrition. With over 2,000 acres of on-site research facilities and a research staff that includes a plant geneticist, wildlife biologist and ruminant nutrition specialist, the Institute is second to none in producing the most research-proven products available. The Institute is the only company that has developed hybrid seeds specifically for whitetail deer, and all products are simply the most nutritious, long-lasting food plot products on the market. Over 1 million acres of Institute food plots have been planted.
For extreme conditions. This rich perennial blend withstands low soil pH (down to 5.4), thrives in heat and cold, and requires only 16" of rainfall per year. Lasts 3-5 years and provides a consistent crop of high-quality, protein-rich forage. Plant spring or fall. Plants 1/4 acre.
Rated 5 out of 5 by all4abuck Clay Soil
Planted this in two different location in southern Ohio, with clay soil, twice. First time I did not packed the seeds down with a roller, and didn't get good results. 2nd time after I did soil prep and seeded, I used a roller to get good seed to soil contact. It came out full force at both locations. I have cut it once this year and fertilized with 17-17-17. It looks great.
August 4, 2008
Rated 5 out of 5 by JG28734 Great for Southern U.S.
We hunt in WIlkes Co. Georgia where rainfall is not good at all. The plot has come up great, and where we planted it no other plots have EVER come up good. GREAT seed!
October 20, 2011
Rated 5 out of 5 by BR548 Whitetail Extreme
This stuff is great. Planted it in Blaco County Texas In September 2009. Could not find the 17-17-17 fertilizer that was recomended so I used 13-13-13. Came up great and so far is holding in there. I have actually watched deer pass up the feeder and go straight to it. Did not have a roller so I just drove it good with my atv. I plan on planting more next year, since they don't recomend planting It in Texas in the springtime.
January 20, 2010
Rated 5 out of 5 by DearHunter Grows Thick
I put down the Imperial Whitetail Extreme and spread it out thin, I was impressed with the results. The clover is 25" tall and its only July 6th, the rest of the plants are tall and thick also.. I didn't even add anything to the soil. This is a good mix.
July 6, 2009