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Product DescriptionCreate a personal food plot to attract and hold deer where you want to hunt. Throw & Gro is a potent mixture of forage plant seeds, including tetraploid ryegrass, clovers, and rape brassica. Throw & Gro can be planted in the spring and fall without discing, even in areas not accessible to heavy equipment. A 5-lb. bag covers 1/4 acre.
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Q:does the throw and gro come back year after year?Asked on 7/14/2010 by xyz from michigan
A:some of it does but not alot so I suggest replanting year after year.Answered on 7/26/2010 by Brad M. from Eau Claire, WI
Q:does the ground your planting it on have to be bare dirt or a little alfalpha or does it matter? and can i plant it now?Asked on 11/11/2009 by Anonymous from Iowa
A:Nope! Just follow the simple directions and if you are as good as me it will be up in a week. If not, it will still grow in a week.
Papa VAnswered on 6/2/2010 by Papa V from Vienna, Ohio
Q:i have alfalpha already and i want to put this down should i mow it down to the dirt and then plant it or what should i do and could i plant it right now and how long does it lastAsked on 11/10/2009 by Anonymous from Iowa
A:no, but it would help a little to till your area first an plant in spring and fall and if it's not decimated by the deer it will keep coming back depending on rainfallAnswered on 12/26/2010 by mandoman from Virginia
Q:Do you need to use fertilizer and lime for it to grow.Asked on 6/21/2009 by Anonymous
A:This does not need fertilizer and lime, but your stand will be thicker if you do use it.Answered on 6/23/2009 by Bradley from Gander Mountain
Q:is it good for power linesAsked on 6/18/2009 by big w from scotts hill,tn
A:yes. That is where I planted it on a small powerline cut through the woods. I just mowed down the brush, plant it and left it. We had plenty of rain and it was up to 5 inches in a week. No lime or fertilizer.Answered on 8/3/2009 by smallug from West Virginia
Q:does this product take much water to growAsked on 3/31/2009 by general lee from stratford tx
A:I planted some in Spur Texas and it came up great, if you know anything about the area you know that it is very dry. I broke the soil up with a hoe pretty good alsoAnswered on 8/18/2009 by lop from Lubbock, tx
A:we had about 1 inch of rain over a 2 week period. Mine is growing good. I did throw done some lime and 12-12-12 when i planted it. I have done no supplemental watering. I also am in Michigan Not Texas. Depending on where you live(el paso vs texarkana) you may have to use supplemental watering. I dont consider 1 inch over a 2 week period alot of water though. Good Luck!!Answered on 4/27/2009 by Bradster from Grass lake michigan
Q:When should I plant the throw and go " no plow" I live in IndianaAsked on 3/16/2009 by Anonymous
Q:Does this, or any of your food plot seeds, grow in full shade?Asked on 3/15/2009 by Chuck from Fairfax VA
A:Yes these will grow in most conditions without direct sunlightAnswered on 3/23/2009 by Charlie @ Gander Tech from Greenville, NC