Buck Draw - Annual
Buck Draw is a mix of warm season tall growing forages, including grain sorghum, sunflower, Sunn Hemp, Lab Lab, winter peas, and forage soybeans, providing an excellent long season high protein food source. Buck Draw is a great mix to use on plot edges or as a divider to provide cover and serve as a border for food plots promoting more day time movement. Will grow in a wide variety of soils, should not be planted until ground temperatures are at least 60 degrees Fahrenheit. Mid-Late summer planting in a firm seed bed with a pH of 5.2 or higher.
Ideal to create cover
Very high carbohydrates
Fast long growth
All season food source
Soil Types: Widely adapted, firm seed bed with pH of 5.2 or higher
Maintenance: No maintenance
Seeding Rate: New: 25-30 Lbs. per Acre
Frost Seeding: Not adaptable
Planting Date: Spring, to Mid Summer
Planting Depth: 1 inch
Posted by Unknown on Mar 1st 2020
Planted a couple acres of this stuff last summer in a field by a public road on my lease. Wanted something deer could feed on at night while being somewhat hidden from passing traffic. Worked great. Literally turned into 6 ft tall jungle of peas and beans and the other stuff. Deer not only fed like crazy, they tunneled in and bedded in it also. Was as thick in early Nov as it was in Aug. Definitely planting again in May!