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Whitetail Institute Imperial Double-Cross Plot Food

Item # 413952
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Key Features

  • Fast-growing brassicas to establish stands fast

  • Great for early grazing and attracts all-season

  • Cold-resistant and lasts up to 5 years

  • Attracts, holds, and grows bigger bucks


Our Price   $39.99

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whitetail_institute Combining the number one food plot planting in the world, Imperial Whitetail Clover, with the Whitetail Institute's proven annual brassicas for quick early season production, fast growth, and late season tonnage. Double-Cross produces cold-resistant forage that deer will love through multiple seasons. Typically covers 1/2 acre and can last up to 5 years without replanting.
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Whitetail Institute Imperial Double-Cross Plot Food
 
4.7

(based on 3 reviews)

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        5.0

        Awesome year-round plot

        By Bones

        from Indiana

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              Comments about Whitetail Institute Imperial Double-Cross Plot Food:

              2011 was the first year I used this product. IT IS A DEER MAGNET! It is the easy to plant, just scatter on a clean packed seed bed and leave it. Fertilizer and Lime are always good to add when preparing the plot. The turnips are great for the winter food and the clover is great for an early Spring food source.

              My trail cam caught turkeys feeding on it too. Can't wait to see what this year brings now that the deer know it is there.

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              5.0

              Simply the Best.

              By Big T

              from Louisiana

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                    Comments about Whitetail Institute Imperial Double-Cross Plot Food:

                    Remember folks you have to lime every 3 years, fertilize spring and fall, and mow plots 6 to 8 inches in heigth 3 times a year to get max production from your plots.

                    (1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

                     
                    4.0

                    The deer ate it down to the soil...

                    By truckruckus71

                    from St. Clair, MI

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                    • Easy to use
                    • Staff was easy ro talk to

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                      Comments about Whitetail Institute Imperial Double-Cross Plot Food:

                      GET A SOIL SAMPLE AND SEND IT IN TO GET TESTED. DONT BUY THE ONE THAT YOU CAN DO YOURSELF. SEND IT IN TO GET TESTED!!! YOU ARE WASTING YOUR TIME AND MONEY IF YOU DO NOT GET A SOIL SAMPLE. I planted this product in August, after doing ALL of the necessary steps to prep the seed bed. I was able to call the Whitetail Institute anytime I had a question and received a no BS answer. The seed took within two weeks and I seen sprouts. By the time Gun Season (Nov. 15th) opened the entire Northern end was completely devoured to the soil. I just hope it comes back thick in the spring.

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