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Mossy Oak BioLogic Maximum Plot Forage, 2.25 lbs.

Item # 412518
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Key Features

  • Promotes rapid weight gain and optimum deer health

  • Best yield, attractiveness, and nutritional value

  • 100% New Zealand brassicas

  • Highly palatable forage for entire plot life

  • Covers 1/4 acre

Our Price   $19.99

Availability: Ships from vendor in approximately 30 Days

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Product Description
biologic Maximum food plot promotes rapid weight gain, optimum deer health and massive antler growth. New Zealand brassicas are one of BioLogic's most popular cultivars, and for good reason. When it comes to yield, attractiveness, and nutritional value, Maximum is the absolute best annual forage available to hunters and land managers. Made of 100% New Zealand brassicas, the plant species in this blend mature at different rates to ensure highly palatable forage for the entire life of the plot, particularly after the first frost, when sugars flow from the roots to the leaves. A 2.25-lb. bag covers 1/4 acre.

Description 2.25 lbs.

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Mossy Oak BioLogic Maximum Plot Forage, 2.25 lbs.

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Great plot seed

By Ski

from New Hartford, NY

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  • Easy to plant
  • Great draw
  • Great production


  • Expensive

Best Uses

  • Hunting

Comments about Mossy Oak BioLogic Maximum Plot Forage, 2.25 lbs.:

Great plotting mix. This blend of brassicas grows fast, tall and produces huge turnip bulbs. Deer hammer the leafy tops early and then dig up the bulbs.

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