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Flooded food plot

Bundyjuice

New Member
Any chance a rye mix food plot can handle flooding?



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2-bucks

PMA Member
Very unlikely. I just checked my rye mix plot on the cedar this morning and it is a dirt/mud plot.
 

Sligh1

Administrator
Staff member
Highly unlikely. Good news..... go plant more!!!!! Load it up at a heavy rate right on top when dry enough. It will have plenty time to grow.
 

NWBuck

PMA Member
I can tell you it didn't do my clover plot any favors. After 3 months it was just starting to make a partial recovery, and then round 2 hit it last week. Lots of mud and sand is what's left behind...

NWBuck
 
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