La Crosse, Wisconsin

Wildlife Sunflower

WILDLIFE SUNFLOWER
Special attractant to birds that prefer high oil seed crops (game birds such as Dove, Quail, Turkey and Pheasant)
Drought tolerant
Wildlife Sunflower is a special attractant to upland game birds as fall and winter feed. Wildlife Sunflower is preferred by Dove, Quail, Turkey, Pheasant and other species of upland game birds.Wildlife Sunflower is a very drought tolerant crop. It is a very reliable source of fall and winter feed because of the tolerance to limited and sporadic supplies of available moisture.Wildlife Sunflower may be planted when danger of frost has passed and through early summer for late season seeds. Planting dates may vary depending on timing of needs for fall and winter feed supplies.Wildlife Sunflower should be planted with seed in firm contact with the soil and no deeper than 1.5 inches in soil that is at least 55º F. Wildlife Sunflower is usually planted between May 25 and July 1 in the Midwest.

Seeding Rate – 25 lbs./Acre

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