Oats OR Wheat OR Winter Rye For Best Whitetail Food Plot – Whitetail Habitat Solutions

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 Aug 1st, 2019 by Keith Worrall  574

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Oats OR Wheat OR Winter Rye For Best Whitetail Food Plot

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Published on Aug 1, 2019
Do you prefer oats, wheat or winter rye for your whitetail food plots? That’s a trick question! Why? Because each of those important food plot cereal grains have their place and to say that one should always be planted, is to misunderstood and lack experience with the valuable use of all 3. While Winter rye is the most widely used, germinates down to 37 degrees (MSU Study), is the most pH and soil tolerant, produces the most volume for layering and is the easiest to plant – that doesn’t dictate that rye should ALWAYS be exclusively planted. When you use forage oats, wheat or Winter rye for whitetails should be answered by the conditions of your soil, availability, cover crop use and timing. Are you planning on planting an oat, wheat or Winter rye food plot for whitetails this Fall? Then make sure that you check out these cereal grain food plot planting tips…

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