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Product DescriptionDesigned for serious whitetail hunters who are looking to increase their chances of scoring a trophy buck. Red Zone is comprised of two varieties of forage and grain soybeans, a variety of forage peas, a variety of buckwheat, and more! Red Zone will mature at different periods throughout the year, offering a food plot that deer will crave during the Spring, Summer, Fall, and Winter. Red Zone can be planted from May through August in the northern U.S. and March through September in the southern U.S. (When planting in the fall, plant at least 60 days before the first expected frost.) One 20-lb. bag plants 1/2 acre.
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Q:do you till up the ground before you plant it. how often do you water it.Asked on 1/13/2010 by Anonymous from northern florida
A:Yes, you will need to till up the ground to properly use the Antler King Red Zone Food Plot. First you would need to plow/till or disk the ground to break up the seed bed. Second apply the appropriate amount of lime and fertilizer. Next disk again to incorporate lime with the soil. Next you would need to go over the food plot using a cultipacker/lawn roller or weighted drag to smooth and firm the soil. Then broadcast the seed according to the seeding recommendation found on the back of the bag. Seeds should stay within the top 1/4" of the soil. As for watering, you do not have to water constantly, but a good recommendation is to let mother nature take its course.Answered on 1/14/2010 by Brooks from Gander Mountain
A:Yes you will need to till up the ground before planting this product. If you want to water it that is up to you but you do not have to water the product. The water in the ground and whatever precipitation you get in your area will keep this product healthy.Answered on 1/14/2010 by Davin from Gander Mountain
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