Why Tecomate Seed?
For over 25 years, Tecomate principles and wildlife management pioneers David Morris and Dr. Gary Schwarz have led the charge in the food plot revolution by working with wildlife biologists and agronomists to maximize wildlife nutrition through food plot management. What they discovered has become the foundation for a year-round nutritional program that is unparalleled in its results. The idea behind the Tecomate Food Plot System is simple: By planting the right plants in the right way, food plots can be used to grown more and bigger bucks; attract and hold deer in a specific area; and relieve pressure on the native havitat so that is actually improves...to the benefit of all wildlife species! We know this to be true because we are doing it on our own properites and helping countless others do it on theirs.
Posted by sambo on 5th Mar 2015
This Catalog allowed me to select the type food I was looking for, explain how and when to plant it, and helped me set up a year round food plot system. If you don't mind a little reading this catalog is the way to go.
Posted by Will Wiggins on 2nd Mar 2015
Just wanted to say thanks for all the helpful info in this catalog and making it free. Tecomate stands out from the rest!
Posted by Samuel Vithmorrow on 19th Dec 2014
I'm new to planting food plots and this catalog really had a lot of helpful information to a novice like me. It's nice that Tecomate provides their customers the catalog for free. I'll definitely be buying more product for the Spring!
Posted by Unknown on 11th Dec 2014
While there are other seed companies out there who advertise to the "hunter" and "kill plots," the Tecomate Seed & Wildlife Product Catalog seems to be focused on habitat and wildlife management. The seed blends offer tremendous benefit and have been designed for specific geographical regions/zone. Being free and easily downloaded, was an added bonus. My plots, will definitely be, Tecomate!
Posted by Jason Ransom on 24th Oct 2014
Thanks for making your catalog free and downloadable!