Understanding Agricultural Problems

When I started farming for a living, I realized that there were more than a few things I needed to work on. For starters, I needed to go through and think carefully about my schedule, and then I needed to read up on the biology of plants. I worked hard to understand agricultural topics, and before I knew it, my crop was thriving. It took a lot of work, but I was really pleased that I was able to get everything sorted out. This blog is here to help other people to understand agricultural problems and to address them efficiently in a timely manner.

Create Food Plots For Whitetail Deer


Supplemental feeding can aid with herd growth and health among the whitetail deer population in the region that you reside in. Hunters and those who have a fondness for the native animals who live in their region can benefit by creating food plots. Food plots provide deer with a viable and secure way to receive the nutrients they need to thrive.

Scope Out The Surroundings

The location of each plot that you add to your land may have a bearing on how frequently whitetail deer graze on the land. The number of plots that you decide to prepare will depend upon your budget and your ability to tend to the land.

The weather conditions and the overall climate should be assessed, prior to clearing land and setting up a plot on it. Choose property that is surrounded by trees, shrubs, and other natural brush that deer are accustomed to spending time in/near.

Plant Crops That Deer Prefer

Whitetail deer are herbivores and prefer a diet that is rich in fruits, vegetables, leafy greens, and grains. Cabbage, wheat, brussels sprouts, and corn are some food types that deer tend to graze on. After choosing where one or more food plots will be set up, clear the land and cultivate the soil.

If you are not certain if the soil possesses an adequate amount of nutrients to support the healthy growth of crops, purchase a soil kit to test the soil. Preparing each food plot will require that you either plant seeds in furrows that you have created across the soil or transfer seedlings that you have purchased.

If you want to calculate the food varieties that the whitetail deer are drawn to on your land, separate your crops. Plant one specific crop type in each furrow and use garden stakes to mark each row. Upon each inspection of a plot, you will learn which crops are consumed more regularly than others.

Provide Easy Access And Private Conditions

Whitetail deer follow a nocturnal pattern. They will likely feed at night and will prefer private surroundings that don't make them susceptible to their predators. Set each food plot up so that it is not enclosed by any barriers.

Avoid installing lights or any other potential deterrents that could scare deer or make them feel apprehensive about entering your land. During the day, tend to the crops that are growing in each plot. Maintenance of a food plot will require frequent watering and pest control measures.

If you want to set up food plots for whitetail deer, contact a local food plot management service.


16 July 2021