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Join Date: Mar 2001
Location: Lancaster County
Re: Need help with bad ground.
Well, I doubt it.
Hilltop, plus shale, means its going to be a very droughty location to begin with. So, if you get dry weather in summer, and you will, most food plot plants are going to suffer, a great deal.
You need soemthing deeply rooted to avoid the drought problems.
Have you considered a "tree plot"? Planting of wildlife beneficial trees. Apples, oak, chesnuts, etc. Even with those, droughts will still have an effect on growth rates.
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