Mack's Attract Duck Forage 20lb

Mack's Attract Duck Forage 20lb

$29.99
SKU: STRDP20

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The new Mack's Attract Duck Forage will help put the odds in your favor this duck season. Mack's Attract is a perfect blend of preferred Duck Forage that requires very little ground preparation making it a great choice for any duck hole. The staggered maturity rate of the seeds from the plants produces an abundant supply of high energy food as well as desirable habitat and cover for migrating ducks. 

Soil Preparation:
Working the soil is recommended with a planting depth between 1/4 inch and 1/2 inch deep . A 20lb bag will cover approximately 1/2 acre and in areas where the soil can not be tilled Mack's Attract will grow as long as it gets good seed to soil contact, heavier planting rates may be needed. 

Maintenance:
Mack's Attract was designed to be a very low maintenance easy to grow duck forage. General fertilizing of 50 pounds of 13-13-13 per 1/2 acre is usually all that is required for a good stand. For best results a soil test can be performed. The plants in Mack's Attract is fast growing so weed and grass control is not of much concern and usually contributes to the habitat. Mack's Attract contains plants that can tolerate dry and wet conditions but would recommend flooding only after plant maturity.

 Contents:
  • 47.5% Japenese Millet, 80-120 day maturity
  • 20.0% Wells Rice, 90-110 day maturity
  • 10.0% Grain Sorgum, 90-110 day maturity
  • 10.0% Buckwheat, 90-100 day maturity
  • .5%     Dwarf Corn-90-110 day maturity  
  • 10.0% Brown Top Millet-60-75 day maturity

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Easy to grow and excited to see what happens

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I planted about two weeks ago. I spread three bags very heavy since I couldn't really work the ground in that area. After a few days the seeds had sprouted and two weeks later everything is a couple inches tall. I'm excited to see what happens....

Grows good

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Just threw some in a dry swamp bed last year and it grew very well with no fertilizer or preparation. Despite a bad year for ducks there was always a few hanging out in that area. Now that I know how it grows and what to expect I plan on broadcasting some in all the dry spots of the swamp this summer. Hopefully that will bring even more in.