Fall Release

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The Fall Release blend is specifically designed to attract deer and produce early fall high quality forage for whitetails and other critters while improving the soil’s health. It includes five legumes that reach peak palatability at different times including the most cold hardy clover available to ensure there’s a growing legume during those late season hunts. It also includes special varieties of oats, wheat and cereal rye that differ in when they are the most attractive to deer as are the three brassicas in this blend. The buckwheat attract deer from when it jumps out of the soil until it’s killed by cold temperatures. Fall Release attracts deer through the entire hunting season and provides quality forage into the spring so bucks have a great start to the antler growing cycle and does will be in excellent shape to nurture fawns!

This product includes a packet of Micro Noc: Multi-Spectrum (OMRI approved). Packet size scales with the amount of seed.

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Mix Info

Kentucky Pride Crimson Clover, Fixation Balansa Clover, Frosty Berseem Clover, Indianhead Lentils, 4010 Spring Forage Peas, Hayden Spring Oats, Cosaque Black Oats, Gore Beardless Soft Red Winter Wheat, Elbon Winter Cereal Rye, Impact Forage Collards, Smart Radish, Purple Top Turnips, Buckwheat
Planting Instructions
Fall Release is best seeded using a no-till drill or other seeding device and placing seed at a depth of 1/4" - 1/2". It can also be broadcast into areas with minimal plant competition such as a new plot or one where a seedbed has recently been prepared. Light incorporation or dragging can help with seed to soil contact but don't cover seeds with more than 3/4” of soil.
Fall Release should be planted 6-8 weeks before the first average frost date during the fall and when there’s adequate soil moisture or a forecast of rain.
Seeding Rate
Plant 70 pounds per acre when seeding with a no-till drill or other planting implement and 100+ pounds per acre when broadcasting.