SPRAYING FOOD PLOTS

May 9, 2022 | FOOD PLOT, JOE SIR, SPRAYING

By Joe Sir, Rizen Media

May is here and it's time to start preparing your early season food plots! Learn as industry pro Joe Sir teaches you four must know tips for spraying early season food plots which will help lead to a more successful hunting season.

May is here and it's time to start preparing your early season food plots! Learn as industry pro Joe Sir teaches you four must know tips for spraying early season food plots which will help lead to a more successful hunting season.

USE SAFE EQUIPMENT

Glyphosate is the most commonly used form of weed killer when spraying food plots, or killing any weeds for that matter. but the product is meant to kill, so its important that extreme safety precautions are met before applying.

MIX AND PROPER APPLICATION

Proper mixture and applications is important in the success of your early season food plots. If the mix is too weak, weeds or unwanted vegetation may not be killed and can take over the plot.

 

KNOW WHAT YOU'RE SPRAYING

You can spray weed killer multiple times per year, but it is important to know what you're applying the killer to. Know what your planting and if it is "round-up ready" or weed killer resistant.

 

EVALUATE AND TAKE NOTES

Learning from mistakes or learning from what you did well is an important process in the success of future plots. Being able to better control weeds and creating healthy food plots will help increase success during hunting season.

USE SAFE EQUIPMENT

Glyphosate is the most commonly used form of weed killer when spraying food plots, or killing any weeds for that matter. but the product is meant to kill, so its important that extreme safety precautions are met before applying.

MIX AND PROPER APPLICATION

Proper mixture and applications is important in the success of your early season food plots. If the mix is too weak, weeds or unwanted vegetation may not be killed and can take over the plot.

 

KNOW WHAT YOU'RE SPRAYING

You can spray weed killer multiple times per year, but it is important to know what you're applying the killer to. Know what your planting and if it is "round-up ready" or weed killer resistant.

 

EVALUATE AND TAKE NOTES

Learning from mistakes or learning from what you did well is an important process in the success of future plots. Being able to better control weeds and creating healthy food plots will help increase success during hunting season.

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THE YARD

JOE SIR

Mar 10, 2020

Joe Sir breaks down “The Yard”, one of the most memorable and productive spots on his property.

BOW VISE

MIKE HUNSUCKER, HEARTLAND BOWHUNTER

Oct 3, 2019

Mike Hunsucker, from Heartland Bowhunter, while he breaks down his “Bow Vice” stand in Missouri.

THE WATER HOLE

PAT AND NICOLE REEVE, DRIVEN TV

Oct 3, 2019

Pat and Nicole Reeve, from Driven TV, show us what to do when the land inst ideal.