Whitetail Institute Turkey Select Chufa Food Plot Seed 10 lb

  • Product #: 990574
  • Whitetail Institute #: TS10
  • UPC #: 789976020013
Whitetail Institute Turkey Select Chufa Food Plot Seed 10 lb
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Product Overview

Turkey Select is a high quality chufa seed that attracts and holds turkey on your property. Chufa plantings are considered by many to be the #1 attractant for turkey. The nut-like tubers produced by Turkey Select are scratched up and devoured by turkeys. The tubers are high in carbohydrates and protein and are also great for waterfowl. Turkey Select is easy to grow and will mature in 100-120 days.  It should be planted at 10lbs per ¼ acre and can be grown in almost any part of the country. Spring and early summer is planting time. Arrest Max is an excellent herbicide to keep Turkey Select Chufa plots free from unwanted grass competition.

Seed Content: Chufa

Planting Time Recommendation: Spring, Early Summer

Seeding Rate: 10 lbs per 1/4 acre

Planting Depth: 1-2 inches

Fertilizer Recommendations: 13-13-13 fertilizer @ 100 lbs/ 1/4 acre

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