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I planted two food plots this year with biologic premium perennial. One of the two plots is growing well but the other has dried up due to the lack of rain this summer. I am thinking of throwing something down on the dried up plot and raking it in hoping that it will grow a bit this fall. Does anyone have any suggestions as to what I should throw down now that will have a chance to grow this fall? I was thinking winter wheat.
 

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Best chance to grow and will continue to grow even as temperatures drop with minimal to no soil preperation - Winter Rye
 

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Winter rye and crimson clover, 100 pound per acre of winter rye and 5 pounds per acre of the crimson clover. Not the best food plot, but it'll still attract deer and hold the soil together until next year...
 
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