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I found the forest floor covered in this plant/weed. It looks like it sprouted not too long ago. It was wierd that this plant low to the ground in this thick woods area where I found it. Can it be a food source?

Another question, found green briar everywhere. I plan on doing some late season hunting in this spot. When do they hit the green briars?
 

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They will eat green briars all year long.
Even when there is plenty of other food, they will still nibble on them.
Diversity!
 

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Not sure what that is in the pic, but if its green and newly sprouted there is a good chance the deer are eating it...

Green briars are some of the best winter deer food sources. If you can find a Japanese honeysuckle thicket near an opening or old home site around your house, that would be another great late season food source the deer will be pounding.
 
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