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I've seen several hunting shows, seems most were in Texas that the hunters were bow hunting stands of yellow locust. The deer were pounding the area for all the sweet pods that were falling from the trees. My question is, has anyone seen this occur in PA? If so, what part? From what I know about yellow locust, they prefer a more alkaline soil and may not do well in the soil conditions our hunting property has in south central PA as our untreated soil is around 5.7 pH. If I plant a few trees along the edge where we lime the food plot, could that make a difference? If anyone has seen deer utilizing the trees, does anyone know of a good source for wild form yellow locust? I don't want the non spiny, non seed pod bearing cultivars... Thanks!
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