No-Till Food Plotting

Rancher

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Anyone on here do a no-till version of food plots? With limited time due to IDA hitting us at home I’m running behind on plots and am thinking of just spraying my plot then broadcasting my seed a day later. Plots are probably 2-3’ tall right now. Figure as the vegetation dies it’ll just lay over the seeds?
Anyone do this before? Thanks
 

jv

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Anyone on here do a no-till version of food plots? With limited time due to IDA hitting us at home I’m running behind on plots and am thinking of just spraying my plot then broadcasting my seed a day later. Plots are probably 2-3’ tall right now. Figure as the vegetation dies it’ll just lay over the seeds?
Anyone do this before? Thanks
There is a site on facebook call no till food plots and it offers a lot of info from what I have read
 

Rancher

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I don’t do fakebook but I’ll get the wife to pull it up for me. Thanks jv
 

glenn

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I’ve never done a no till plot, but the seed I throw into the woods and weeds when seeding plots seems to come up better than the seed in the plot.
 

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