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Austrian Winter Peas

Pisum sativum subsp. arvense

Austrian winter peas will make a great food plot or addition to a mixture planted in the fall to attract deer. Highly favored by whitetails, these fast growing peas will attract deer to a plot soon after germination making them a favorite of bow hunters.

Austrian will be one of the earliest spring crops left from the winter dormancy period for wildlife to browse. Austrian Winter peas can attract deer and turkey and will provide a high quality forage during the cooler fall / winter seasons.

Type: Cool Season Annual Legume

Origin: Common variety from Europe

Adaptations: Well-drained loam or sandy loam soils of the Southeastern US

Uses: Primarily as a cover crop, provides high quality forage for livestock and deer.

Benefits: Adds nitrogen to soil and provides winter erosion control.

Nutrition: High quality, similar to White Clover.

Planting Austrian Winter Peas For Food Plots
  • Rate: 50 lbs. per acre or 1 1/4 lbs. per 1000 sq. ft.; 1/2" depth
  • Time: September - October
  • Method: Well-prepared, firm seed bed, alone or with a small grain.
  • Grazing: Not suited to grazing because of livestock damage from trampling. Excellent for wild game food plots and as a plow down green manure crop.


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Partridge Peas

Type:  Warm season reseeding annual legume

Uses:  Partridge peas are slow to establish but are well suited to most any type soil and tolerant of acid conditions. They will produce abundant yellow flowers late in the summer and small black seeds that are excellent feed for quail. The seeds are hard and will stay in the soil or on the ground all winter as feed. They will consistently reseed each year and thicken year after year. Note: Not recommended for use as wildlife forage.

Planting Partridge Peas For Food Plots
Date: Feb. - April
Rate: 15 lbs./acre or ½ lb./1000 sq.ft.
Depth: ¼"

Best for: Deer, Turkey, Dove, Pheasant, Rabbit, Quail

Catjang Pea / Oklahoma Game Bird Cowpeas For Food Plots

Type:  Warm season annual legume

Uses: This is a late maturing cowpea that holds in the hull better than other varieties. The seeds are relished by quail and other game birds. The plants, similar to other cowpeas, produce abundant foliage that is high in protein and an excellent food source for deer with better resistance to heavy grazing pressure than cowpeas.

Planting Game Bird Cow Peas In Food Plots
Date: April - June
Rate: 40 lbs./acre or 1 lb./1000 sq.ft.
Depth: ½"

Best for: Deer, Turkey, Dove, Rabbit, Quail

Iron & Clay Cowpeas

Type: warm season annual legume

Uses: Great food plot item - The deer will flock to these peas especially when they are new little tender seedlings just emerging at the 1-2 leaf stage.
Cowpeas are a favorite for a good hardy southern area food plot.

Planting Iron & Clay Peas For Food Plots
Date: April - August
Rate:
60 lbs./acre or 1½ lbs./1000 sq.ft.
Depth:
½"-1"

 

Best for: Deer, Turkey, Rabbit, Quail

 


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