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FORAGE-MAX CHICORY - MANAGER'S LINE

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$169.99
SKU:
5009
UPC:
053909230375
Weight:
25.00 LBS
Shipping:
Calculated at Checkout

Forage-Max Chicory - Manager's Line

 

Planting Times:

Zone 1 & 2 - Spring or Fall

Zone 3 & 4 - Fall

 

Planting Rates: 25 lbs. Plants 6 Acres

 

 

Perennial premium chicory blend. Chicory is one of the most versatile, attractive and nutritious whitetail forages on the market. Close to a magic plant. Produces for years. Drought resistant. Handles the heaviest pressure. Great for blending, especially with clovers. Grows nationwide and in a wide variety of soil conditions. 

 

 

 

FORAGE-MAX CHICORY - MANAGER'S LINE

Forage-Max Chicory - Manager's Line

 

Planting Times:

Zone 1 & 2 - Spring or Fall

Zone 3 & 4 - Fall

 

Planting Rates: 25 lbs. Plants 6 Acres

 

 

Perennial premium chicory blend. Chicory is one of the most versatile, attractive and nutritious whitetail forages on the market. Close to a magic plant. Produces for years. Drought resistant. Handles the heaviest pressure. Great for blending, especially with clovers. Grows nationwide and in a wide variety of soil conditions. 

 

 

 

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  • 5
    Easy Transaction

    Posted by ES on 3rd Sep 2016

    Haven't planted it yet but the ordering process was simple and the delivery was prompt.

    Can't wait to get it in the ground.

  • 4
    Forage Max Chicory

    Posted by Unknown on 13th Jul 2015

    Seems like the deer just can't get enough of this product.

  • 4
    Deer Love This Stuff

    Posted by Allen Shannon on 16th Mar 2015

    Planted my food plot with the Tecomate Chicory Mix this past fall and within a couple of weeks it was growing, had deer and a few turkey already in the plot. They were eating it as fast as it grows.

  • 5
    This stuff grows great in Michigan

    Posted by Chris Dotson on 16th Mar 2015

    I plant this stuff every year I make up my own seed blend and this is in it.
    when the dry season hits everything elese turns brown this stuff is still green, even in sandy soils.
    the deer love it they eat it all year, but in the fall they mow it down.
    plant some you wont be sorry