Planting Sweet Success and Field Edge Seeds for DIY Food Plot

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Time to plant some Sweet Success or Field Edge Rack Stacker Seed in Your Food Plot

Two of my favourite seed are Sweet Success and Field Edge Seeds

They offer a combination of summer and early fall clovers to late season and early winter blends to keep deer coming back.

Plant as soon as frost warnings are gone, making sure weeds are totally destroyed and gone.

Let me REPEAT that….ensure the weeds are killed!

Spaying Weeds Can Take Time

Follow the directions on the Rack Stacker package and try to plant when rain is forecasted right after or soon after seeds hit the ground.

Use a broadcast seeder for optimum results, each seed need room to grow so don’t crowd them!

Think of it as this way,,,,if this is a seed——–> .     Then you need about an 8 inch diameter circle around it ( baseball hat sized growing space)

Sweet Success and Field Edge seed for your DIY food plot
Sweet Success and Field Edge seed for your DIY food plot



            Turn this into this Doe in food plot


Or Perhaps Into This – Ken Cull with his awesome buck using Rack Stacker Attractants

Ken Cull Fixation Buck

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