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Great product for hard to grow plots in the woods.
I have used several WI products over the years and for the more remote locations on my property I started using Bow Stand and it has provided great success. I started using it on access trails, liked it so much I actually did a small plot to the side of my orchard field in attempt to keep the deer from browsing my trees. The deer bed on in it, turkeys love it, the bear have nibbled a bit and the landscape is plush green. This will be an annual got to product for me as I will continue to rework the same areas year after year. I currently have approx 1.5 acres planted and wouldn't change a thing. Thanks WI Duke
Imperial Bowstand has to be the easiest quality fall food plot on the market, hands down.
Great fall planting
Came up really fast and been thriving ever since , follow the instructions and you’ll be more than satisfied
Poor Mans Plot
I hand raked out a small plot in an opening in the woods. Applied this according to the directions and had growth in about 2/3 weeks. It is now 3 months later and plot is thriving with about 6 inches of growth. Did not have a lot of rainfall this fall and still had good results.
First time small food plot
I can’t believe how well the food plot came in. I had 6’ high grass in a swamp that we removed with a spring tooth rake pulled behind an ATV and then put down the seed. I placed a cell trail camera over the small food plot. With in 3 days I could see green. It’s going on three weeks and the plot is a solid green and getting tall and having deer browsing in it a lot. Next year it will be a bigger area and will for sure be using the product “Bow Stand” . Very happy with the seed and what I’m seeing for deer on the food plot.
Woodland deer magnet
This is my second year using Bowstand and I can tell you, this stuff draws deer like a magnet. I shot a 7 pointer over it last year and hope to better that one this year.
First time success
I decided last spring to plant a poor mans food plot on one of favorite stands. After doing the research Whitetail Institutes Bow Stand was my choice. I started by using Round Up on an area 75 feet by 50 feet. One month later I rented a front tine tiller and cleared the area of all roots and rocks and added about 400 lbs of lime and 100 lbs of fertilizer. The last week of July I planted the seed. The results were amazing. The first week of September I added some more fertilizer and on opening day of the Pennsylvania bow hunting season my son connected on mature 7 point buck.We have plans to expand this plot next year and add two more. My trail camera shows many pictures of deer, bear and other animals visiting the site. Thanks for a great product.
does what they said it will do
followed directions,was no rain for 10 days but then the rain hit it was sprouting in days