Tecomate Alfa-Feast Trophy Mix Perennial Food Plot Seed 10 lb

  • Product #: 954334
  • Tecomate #: 1500
  • UPC #: 053909140346
Tecomate Alfa-Feast Trophy Mix Perennial Food Plot Seed 10 lb
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Product Overview


  • Perfect for hillsides, sandy soils & drier climates
  • Year-round high-protein nutrition
  • Contains coated & pre-inoculated seeds
  • Quicker germination, higher survival and faster growth
  • Produces 3 - 5 years 

The Alfa-Feast consists of select alfalfas and chicory specifically formulated for drier, well-drained upland sites. Alfalfa is called the "Queen of Legumes" for good reason - when it comes to preference, high protein, productivity and hardiness, this proven plant is unsurpassed when planted in the right places. Unlike clovers, alfalfa doesn't like "wet feet." The alfalfa/chicory combination provides year-round high-protein nutrition needed to grow more and bigger bucks and is a great fall hunting plots. 

Seed Content: Alfalfa, Chicory, Clover

Planting Time:

  • North: Spring or Fall
  • South: Fall

Seeding Rate: 1 acre

Planting Depth: .125" - .25"

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