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post #1 of 3 (permalink) Old 12-21-2013, 01:58 AM Thread Starter
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old plot draw in deer?

There is a 40 x 20 yard area where someone put some low growing. Stuff. Brascias I guess. It was planted two years ago and doesn't look like it s been really maintained. Will it still pull in deer per say. It's not weeded over or anything. Just curious as the late season is here and I got woods. Or corn at the top of the hill or this to possibly hunt around
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Re: old plot draw in deer?

If it is 2 years old and was planted with brassica, there is nothing left to eat. Brassica is an annual and does not return. However, if there is clover present or natural growth, the small plot may still draw deer. Investigate if the there is evidence of deer feeding and give it a shot.

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Re: old plot draw in deer?

Seed it over with white clover.
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