Are you noticing a steady decline in your crop production or garden harvest? If you’re producing a fruit or seed crop, it’s likely that you’re missing out on nature’s most productive workforce - pollinators! This article on planting a pollinator seed mix will walk you through how to attract and sustain these winged wonders with a pollinator habitat that will boost your harvest to bumper-crop level.
If you haven't been introduced to improved brassicas yet, you'll love this article as a hunter or wildlife enthusiast. Why? Because improved brassicas are not only fast-growing and delicious to wildlife, they contain plenty of protein and carbs to keep deer healthy, strong, and coming back for more! Learn why in this article from our experts.
No matter how big your farm, garden or food plot is, your soil's quality and fertility have a big impact on the success of the crops you plant. Deer Creek Seed offers a wildlife food plot soil test kit and we've used this test kit on one of our own plots. If you're thinking about using this test kit, or if you've used it and you'd like help interpreting your results, read our latest blog article for an in-depth review of this great tool!
Sugar beets may be difficult to grow but they offer a big payoff when it comes to making an attractive food plot for local wildlife. Find out how to ensure your sugar beet food plot finds success this year.
Making the perfect menu for deer is both an art and a science. Explore these tips for creating an irresistible food plot so you’re always ready for hunting season.
Establishing a switchgrass stand is challenging work but comes with a big payoff! Discover how you can make things a bit easier with these valuable tips from Deer Creek’s Master Seedsmen.
This blog is the second part of a two-part article on selecting food plot products based on species and plot dynamics. From brassica buffets to all season mixes, switchgrass to Egyptian wheat, our experts break down a few key concepts to keep in mind for planting highly attractive food plots and habitat for popular game species.
From brassica buffets to all season mixes, switchgrass to Egyptian wheat, our experts break down a few key concepts to keep in mind for planting highly attractive food plots and habitat for popular game species.
Are you wondering how to take a soil sample of your lawn, garden, or food plot? Would you like to get fertilizer or liming recommendations? This is a great how-to article published by the University of Wisconsin Cooperative Extension that will walk you through taking a basic, small-area soil sample.
Want to start planting food plots, but are overwhelmed by all the seed options? Looking for a food plot species that is easy to grow and will yield a high tonnage of browse and roots? Want something that the deer will devour throughout the fall hunting season and into the winter months? Look no further than Purple Top Turnips