Pennington Buckmasters Ultimate Wildlife Seed Mix

Pennington Buckmasters Ultimate Wildlife Seed Mix

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Product Overview

Pennington Buckmasters Ultimate Wildlife Seed Mix is made with Pennington's exclusive blend of clovers, including Patriot and Durana. It has been university-tested and proven that this blend will last three times as long as other types of clovers. This seed mix provides a food source that is available year-round for deer and other wildlife that will last for years with no replanting. Pennington Buckmasters Ultimate Wildlife Seed Mix is pre-inoculated so that you can just sow and start growing your premium, protein-rich food plot for the healthiest and biggest deer possible!

Features and Specs

For use in Deer and wildlife food plots
Coverage Area 1/2 acre
Shipping Weight 4.15 lbs
Manufacturer Pennington (Mfg. Number: 23551)
UPC 021496235516

Details

  • Provides proper nutrition to maintain the health of your entire deer herd, from fawns to mature bucks
  • Durana and Patriot powerhouse white clovers are long lasting
  • Choice chicory, red and crimson clover and arrowleaf clover provide a variety of super-high-protein plants
  • Mixture provides a year-round wildlife food source with up to 38% protein
  • Can last for years without replanting
  • Pre-inoculated to enable you to sow and grow a food plot for big, healthy deer
  • Covers up to 1/2 acre

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Will the Pennington Buckmasters Ultimate Wildlife Seed Mix grow in Ohio region & when to plant?
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The Pennington Buckmasters Ultimate Wildlife Seed Mix will grow in Ohio. It should be planted in either early or late spring and/or early fall.

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