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193 NICK PERCY - Killer Spring Food Plots, Reap What You Sow: Killer Spring Food Plots, Reap What You Sow

193 NICK PERCY - Killer Spring Food Plots, Reap What You Sow: Killer Spring Food Plots, Reap What You Sow

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193 NICK PERCY - Killer Spring Food Plots, Reap What You Sow: Killer Spring Food Plots, Reap What You Sow

DariDeer Hunt Big Buck Registry fueled by Rackology.org

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71 minutes
Dirilis:
Apr 1, 2017
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Episode Podcast

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Nick Percy is joining us once again, but this time with a different take on food plots. The last time that we spoke with Nick was in June 2016 found here: www.BigBuckRegistry.com/killerfoodplots ,  when our focus was on food plots for the fall. Now, as the snow melts away in the Northern Zone, we learn from Nick that there are several kinds of seeds that we can throw atop frost ridden soils and let mother nature take over by working the seeds into the soil naturally. There's a point to this.  As deer come out of their food scare winter habitats (especially in the northern United States), having a rich crop of green protein and nutrients will get the herd back into shape quickly as the rest of the world follows suit down in the weeks to come. But, there are soil considerations to consider too, like ph, soil temps, and minerals.  Nick takes us through his bag of tricks for early spring food plot preparation. OUR SPONSORS: Advanced Treestands www.AdvancedTreestands.com Covert Scouting Cameras www.CovertScoutingCameras.com Eurohanger www.Euro-Hanger.com Morse's Sporting Goods www.MorseSportingGoods.com DEER NEWS: Michigan DNR Awards 100k to Up Deer Habitat Florida Has Won the Battle of the Screw Worm City Spends $2778 Per Vasectomy on Staten Island HERE'S WHAT WE DISCUSS: The Growing Zones of the United States Frost, Up to 2 Feet Deep in Zone 1 Wasting Money, If Not Paying Attention Testing Soil Temperature with Food Thermometer The Importance of Frost Seeding Using Mother Nature to Plant Seeds When Farmers Plant Soy - Wait One More Week The 60 Degree Soil Temp Clover, Chicory, Cereal Grains, Brassicas The Planting Charts Are Guides, No Rules Soil Temp is KING Zone 2, 3, 4 and Varying Timeframes Astro-turf Perennials and 6 Varieties of Clover Alfalfa, and Green Protein Protein Protein Cross Planting Techniques, Germination Early Problems Soil Samples Early, Why Plant Early? Rebounding Deer Herds from Deep Winter Zero Zone Canada and 2 Weeks of Summer Soil Testing, Breaking Down Soil Reports and Samples The Soil Sample Tool, Sample Down 3-4" Multiple Food Plots and Separate Testing The Results: Explaining the Test Tons Per Acre - Lime Applications The 7.0 ph State, with and without Equipment  Safety and Lime, Burning Weeds 10 Rapid Fire Questions Our APP: www.BigBuckRegistry.com/app Help Support This Show: www.BigBuckRegistry.com/pledge FEEDBACK HOTLINE: 724-613-2825 REVIEW and SUBSCRIBE on iTUNES and Stitcher: www.BigBuckRegistry.com/itunes www.BigBuckRegistry.com/stitcher Want to Know When the Next Big Buck Podcast is Released? Then Join the Club: www.BigBuckRegistry.com/huntmail Submit A Buck: www.BigBuckRegistry.com/mybuck Be a Guest: Guests@BigBuckRegistry.com Share for Share: www.BigBuckRegistry.com/s4s Facebook: www.Facebook.com/bigbuckregistry Twitter: www.twitter.com/bigbuckregistry Feedback:Feedback@BigBuckRegistry.com Also find us on these fine networks:  Blubrry Libsyn TuneIn  CREDITS: This Show was Written, Edited, and Produced by Jason “Jay” Scott Ammann Deer News Written and Recorded by Jim Keller Chubby Tines Tip of the Week Written by Dusty Phillips
Dirilis:
Apr 1, 2017
Format:
Episode Podcast