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Using Woods seeder in the woods
Food Plots
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Kozilla 13-Dec-17
Kozilla 13-Dec-17
Pat Lefemine 13-Dec-17
Kozilla 13-Dec-17
Pat Lefemine 13-Dec-17
Kozilla 13-Dec-17
Pat Lefemine 13-Dec-17
Kozilla 14-Dec-17


Date:13-Dec-17

Hello all, new to the site and thank you all in advance for any reply and time/help.

I am considering a WoodsPSS72. The land I own is all wooded. We had areas cleared and some topsoil spread and some just the little bit of top soil already there. My question is about the seeder. The soil is naturally rockier and does NOT have 4-6-8” of top soil (it’s the woods). All that being said, would a PSS72 work for various food plots? Clover, turnips, buckwheat, oats, soybeans.

Date:13-Dec-17

Hello all, new to the site and thank you all in advance for any reply and time/help.

I am considering a WoodsPSS72. The land I own is all wooded. We had areas cleared and some topsoil spread and some just the little bit of top soil already there. My question is about the seeder. The soil is naturally rockier and does NOT have 4-6-8” of top soil (it’s the woods). All that being said, would a PSS72 work for various food plots? Clover, turnips, buckwheat, oats, soybeans.

Date:13-Dec-17

Sounds like it may be overkill for recently cleared lands. How much acreage we talking about here?

Date:13-Dec-17

5-7. It’s a friends who bought a farm with 20+ tillable acres. He has offered it to me before going public. Just curious how this would work in cleared wooded areas. Obviously not a field with 4-5” of top soil.

Date:13-Dec-17

Would it work? Yes. But the machine is expensive and with that little acreage, coupled with the fact that it would take years to get that soil fully improved I think you’re better off buying a small used disker and simply broadcasting your seeds by hand. My 2c

Date:13-Dec-17

Would you recommend a cultipacker as well. Going the broadcasting route? Also, I’d like to get soybean/corn in one of the opened areas where a pipeline has gone through. Obviously corn couldn’t be broadcasted but what about soybeans?

Date:13-Dec-17

Soybeans and corn can be broadcasted. It’s not as efficient for spraying and top dress fertilizating but it does work. Cultipackers are nice, but you can also drive over the seeded ground with an atv or tractor instead

Date:14-Dec-17

Ok. Thank you for your information!


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