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Soil Testing: The First Step to a Successful Food Plot

Soil Testing: The First Step to a Successful Food Plot
The assurance of your well spent time, effort and money toward food plots and deer herd management depends on taking the proper steps. One of the most overseen steps is proper soil testing and care. According to Whitetail Institute the #3 reason food plots fail is, “No Soil Test is Taken.” This is third behind too many deer and number one, “The food plots don’t get put in.” A soil test should be taken every year to determine what your soil needs, fertilizer type to be applied for your type of plants, and the pH levels. In Minnesota the University of...
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