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Planted Mossy Oak's Biologic LabLab in 1/2 acre size food plot this summer. This stuff grew like crazy. Viny, like a bean, lush green leaves, about 2 feet high. Deer didn't touch it. Has anyone else had his problem
 

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I planted lablab a few years ago in a mix and it grew several feet high. The deer did browse it but not near enough to slow it up. I'd rather plant something they will eat a lot of even if they eat it to the ground.
 

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I'm with you, I spend my money to feed the deer, not to have nice looking fields. When Spring comes around, I don't want to be chopping off last years crop. We are big on soybeans, here and in NY, plant a field in May and another in late Summer.
 

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Good call. We've had a lot of luck with Whitetail Institute Clover in the past. I guess if it ain't broken don't fix it lol Im just one of those people that can't help but try new things
 
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