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A guide to wildlife hunting tips and food plots for Birds, Deer, Duck, Dove, Quail, Turkey, exotics and other wild game.  Huntland.com brings you information, products and tips about all phases and seasons of game hunting.

Wildlife Seeds Information (Food Plots).

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Wildlife areas in many parts of the U.S. have become smaller  with the encroachment of civilization and many of the natural wild food crops are disappearing along with many water sources.

The nutritional supplements provided by food plots now supplies prime food resources to wildlife in many areas.

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While some animals range hundreds of miles in migratory routes; some only travel a limited area in their lifetimes. Yearly instead of just seasonal foraging needs to be kept in mind when planting the food plots. The new hunter manages wildlife just as the farmer manages domesticated animals with an increased awareness that today's young provide tomorrows hunt. And just like the farmer planting for his own animals he also provides for the "wildlife" that eat his crops; the hunter is providing forage and seeds for other wildlife also. Songbirds, mice and a host of other animals in the environment utilize these crops throughout the year in one form or the other.

Rotational crops should be employed not only to attract but also serve as cover and breeding grounds for wildlife. Crops that  mature at different rates can  be planted in one planting. Cow peas and clover can be planted together and the peas will grow, produce and die while the clover is still being foraged. Many of the tubers and millets can be planted for wet areas and will germinate only after flooding when the season is in for ducks. Wildflowers adapted for your area are not only beautiful but provide seed for many of the smaller wildlife. Corn can be one of the longest usage crops for a host of animals while green and afterward when  either left standing,  pushed or mown down for fall and winter forage. Early and late millets can be planted along with sunflowers that mature at different time depending on the variety chosen.

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Successful foodplot management is designed to incorporate the maximum use of annual and perennial food sources. Food plots should provide yearly (not just seasonal) food, shelter, reproductive areas, nursery conditions, the range according to the species, adaptable water sources and the usage of native plants that each species are accustomed. Animal plots are not much different in the planting and care as human food sources are. They generally must be cultivated in some way, seeded whether manually or by machine, fertilized, weeded, watered if needed, and tended in one form or the other to get the maximum benefit expected. The basic difference is that pesticides and herbicides are used only in extreme cases.

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You may be planning on attracting one species but you can also attract unwanted ones to the area so be prepared. A good example is the wild hog populations that are so destructive to these prepared food sources. Basic knowledge of wildlife habitat is essential to preparation and maintenance of food plots. Food plots are planted with grains, millets, tubers, legumes, grasses, trees, shrubs, vines, oil seed plants such as sunflowers, weeds, mushrooms, berry plants, reeds, water plants and all of nature in one form or the other.

Serious game management might include adding ponds or waterways with the plant life suited for the site. Swampy marshes may not be popular with most people but including or enhancing an existing one will bring in the animals. Fertilization of fields and  plants will only add to the productivity of the land and the nutritive value of the forage material offered. Clearing some over growths to provide better animal egress, putting in fire lanes, planting small bushes which overtime will become hedges, planting nut or fruit bearing trees and much much more. The reintroduction of natural plants species is becoming slightly easier with the wild crafters gathering and growing some of these vegetation. The natural plants are adapted for the locale and have built in resistance to disease and insect damage while still attracting the insects that wildlife naturally fed on many years ago.

 

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