Whitetail Institute Imperial Whitetail Winter-Greens Food Plot Seed

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Whitetail Institute Imperial Whitetail Winter-Greens Food Plot Seed is rated 3.0 out of 5 by 1.
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Keep whitetails coming to your food plot long after everything else has frozen over with Imperial Whitetail Winter-Greens Food Plot Seed. This mix is designed for the colder weather that comes late in hunting season. It’s coated with RainBond™ to help it survive through cold weather and drought-like conditions. You’ll have the only food source for whitetails with Whitetail Institute® Imperial Whitetail Winter-Greens Food Plot Seed.

FEATURES:

  • Late season deer attractant and food source
  • Blend of WINA brassicas fortified with Tall Tine Turnip
  • Coated with RainBond™ for better survivability
  • Designed for cool weather late in hunting season
  • Highly drought-resistant and able to withstand cold temperatures
  • Size: 3 lbs
  • Model: WG3
  • Brand: Whitetail Institute
  • Country of Origin: United States of America

Web ID: 15WHIUWNTRGRNS3LBHBG

Rated 3 out of 5 by from Inconsistent seed germination, but deer love this when it comes in. In 2016 we planted this seed and it grew like crazy. The deer killed it once it got cold. This year, we planted everything the same way and the seed simply didn't grow in two of the three plots - it stopped at about 3-4 inches, even with the same lime and fertilizer. The deer are eating it, but not much activity. Maybe a bad batch of seed in one of the bags?
Date published: 2017-11-27
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