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
Establishing an attractive food plot that enables wildlife to thrive is a rewarding way to extend your hunting enthusiasm beyond the seasonal harvest. Like any other project you take pride in, a successful food plot starts with careful planning and preparation.
A great article from the Natural Resource Conservation Service about appropriately calibrating your boom sprayer with helpful troubleshooting tips and tricks.