Poor Man's Food Plots, Plus Benefits of Auctions for Land Sales | Pay Dirt
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S1.E11: With just a backpack sprayer and a hand seeder, you can plant a food plot in a hard-to-reach area without breaking ground. Use these tips and tactics to establish great food plots in remote places where large implements won't go. This also works great if you don't have large implements. And it's certainly a solid plan for tucking in food plots close to bedding areas. Roger Culpepper explains how.
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