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Product DescriptionThe forage plants in Maximize were developed for spring and summer planting and provide a consistent source of nutrients that help establish fawns and maximize antler growth in bucks. Forage soybeans and summer peas provide high-protein forage in the growing season until frost, while the grain sorghum and sunflowers supply a grain source that is available for both deer and game birds well into the fall. This 15-lb. bag covers 1/2 acre.
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Q:What should the ph of the soil be and approx how tall will it grow?Asked on 5/1/2012 by Anonymous from Northwest wisconsin
Q:what types of seed are in this mixAsked on 4/17/2009 by Anonymous from plattsburgh ny
A:This blend includes soybeans, summer peas, sunflowers, and grain sorghum.Answered on 4/20/2009 by Bradley from Gander Mountain
Q:when do you plant it i need a spring / summer time plotAsked on 3/24/2009 by Thomas from Bethany ,LA.
A:1. Plant after Spring green-up has started... don’t let your food plot be the only green thing for miles! This will reduce the immediate foraging pressure on your food plot when it first emerges. The first three weeks are crucial, as the plants need to establish adequate roots and multiple leaflets before heavy feeding pressure occurs. By planting while native plants are at the height of sweetness during the natural Spring green-up season, your food plot will have a significantly higher chance to establish.
2. Plant multiple food plots at the same time or plant large areas. By doing this you will decrease the pressure on some of the food plots and therefore increase their odds of establishing. This strategy works well with normal deer populations, but will need to be combined with other methods in areas with dense deer populationsAnswered on 3/30/2009 by Matt from Gander Tech
A:I plant it in Mid-May when the soil temps are up and rain is in the forecast. It grows really well and I have had many bucks frequent the plots.Answered on 3/31/2009 by Luckybuck from Statesville, NC
A:Around Early-mid May is the right time to plant this product.Answered on 4/16/2009 by Luckybuck from SE USA