Improving the habitat on your property can be beneficial for both you and the wildlife that inhabit it. Pollinator programs or CRP programs are a great way to get cost share from your local conservation agency to help you improve the habitat, hunting and overall experience on your property.
Managing pine stand for deer hunting can tough. Using prescribed fire is one method that you can use to increase forage, or cover in a Pine Stand to improve your deer hunting. Dr. Craig Harper discusses the intervals in which you should consider burning your pine stand for the best cover or forage.
Tree food plots are becoming a more and more popular topic. They can be a great addition to an already existing food plot, or can be planted and established as a tree food plot. Fruit and nut bearing trees extend the availability of food on any property to nearly year round.
Many hunters and land managers have attempted to plant food plots for deer hunting or other wildlife, some with success and some without. Accurately seeding your food plots is crucial in the success of that plot. In this video, Dr. Craig Harper explains pure live seed rates and how to measure them based on the information given on the bag of seed you chose to use.
Calibrating a boom sprayer is crucial in the success of the herbicide application you are making. If your sprayer is not calibrated, you can waste time and money and have poor results on the site.