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Lucky Leaf

Premium blend of five different essential clovers and chicory. Highly attractive blend to assist in any wildlife encounters you can imagine. 

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Why Wait For Luck To Happen When You Can Plant It?

  • Lucky Leaf

    We cut no corners in producing this blend. Premium seed for the hardcore wildlife managers. Though, no expensive equipment is needed to plant this ultimate food plot mix. 

  • Attractive

    Not only will this food plot mix attract your intended species in large quantities, it will attract everything. Lucky Leaf benefits all wildlife species in your location, even non target species. 

  • Formulation

    Ingredients include Mammoth Red Clover, Jumbo Ladino Clover, Dynamite Red Clover, Alsike Clover, White Clover, and Oasis Chicory. 

Planting 

Requirements

3-5 Year Perennial

 

Shade Tolerant

Optimal Planting dates:

April 5th - July 15th

Maximum seeding depth:

1/4" - 1/2"

Options Available:

1/4 acre

1 acre

Site Preparation

1. Obtain soil sample.

2. Apply herbicidal treat to rid unwanted material. Do this on dry matter, 2 weeks prior to planting. 

3. Apply recommended amount of fertilizer and lime provided by soil sample and consultation. Make sure to do this prior to planting. 

Breaking Ground

Soil contact is required for a successful food plot. 

1. Work ground and break up top soil. Maximum of 5 inch tillage depth. Establish a strong, smooth seed bed. 

2. Spread seed using a broadcast seeder, following seeding rates provided on packaging. 

Slight compaction required. Do not compact seed deeper than 1/2".

(Burying seed to deep is the number on e reason for failure).

Site Maintenance

Quality maintenance is required for a successful food plot. 

Recommendations to make your Lucky Leaf food plot thrive:

1. Do not apply any fertilizer after plant material merges. Clover is a nitrogen fixator and will add required nutrients to the soil.

2. Install plot ribbon or minimal fencing to reduce amount of grazing to early. 

3. If your food plots go through a drought period apply water until soil is moist, do as often as you see fit. 

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