Excellent seeds for warm season deer food plots. This annual warm-season legume has a viney growth habit and produces long purple pods that are filled with seeds at maturity. It is drought and shade tolerant and adaptable to low fertility open spaces. Germination occurs when soil temperatures are above 70 F. Inoculation with proper bacteria will allow this plant to thrive in most soils.
Fertility- Tolerant of acid soils. Best adapted to well drained Sandy Loams and Sandy Soils with optimum pH above 6. A soil test is recommended to ensure adequate levels phosphorus and potassium.
Seeding Instructions- Broadcast 90-120 lbs/acre when planted alone in a deer food plot and disk to a depth of no more than one inch. Plant April to July or when soil temperatures reach 70 F or above.
Forage Quality - Forage production up to 3-5 tons/acre, protein content 20-25%.
Wildlife Food Plot Advantage- Very hardy. This drought tolerant, shade tolerant, high quality legume provides summer food for deer during the critical antler producing period.