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Food plot going in
#11
Food plot took off in the first week. Not sure why I have bald spots though.

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#12
Looking good!! I always assumed the bald spots was from using the rake and shifting the seeds when covering them?
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I didn't use a rake at all. I spread the seed and walked around on the plot some. The wouldn't account for the bald spots. Maybe more water from the rain was laying in those spots and it will sprout this week before the rain gets here again. Even if it doesn't I am happy with it.
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#14
Wow man, looks great!

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Maybe and hopefully. Possible birds maybe picked the seeds there? I think that's what happen to my back plot. Those darn crows all over my trail cam. I'm thinking about trying Oats back there or leaving it.

In another note the deer as few and less now back there since no more corn but the ones that are haven't used the pool but dang coons love it lol.

I got some photos of my plot I'll post to my thread later. 

If spots are still bare next week do you still have more seeds to plant?
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No I used up all the seed. Not worried about it though
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