Imperial Whitetail Winter-Greens is an annual seed blend of cool season WINA brassicas.

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Imperial Whitetail Winter-Greens is an annual seed blend of cool season WINA brassicas specifically designed for late-season food plots and late-season hunting. Imperial Whitetail Winter-Greens is highly drought-resistant, able to withstand extremely cold temperatures and stands tall even under snow so that deer will find it when everything else is either dead or buried.

  • MORE ATTRACTIVE TO DEER than any other brassicas for deer tested by the Whitetail Institute
  • Fortified with a small amount of Whitetail Institute's TALL TINE TURNIP
  • Highly nutritious late season food source 
  • Establishes and grows rapidly
  • EXTREMELY drought and cold tolerant
  • Provides abundant tonnage, attraction and energy in the early and late seasons

Deer love the taste of Winter-Greens, and you’ll love knowing they have a good source of nutrition during the winter – and best of all, they’ll come looking for it on your property. 

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  • 5
    Winter greens

    Posted by Paul G. on 14th Nov 2023

    The most important thing to do is get rid of weeds and get soil samples if you follow the instructions food plot will thrive very happy with all of whitetail institutes products.

  • 5
    Winter greens and Beets & greens

    Posted by malakia h. on 13th Nov 2023

    It took a few years for the deer to how to dig up the turnups but, now they are hammering them.

  • 4
    Winter Greens

    Posted by Craig R. on 12th Nov 2023

    Since the 1st frost the deer have been killing it

  • 5
    Winter Greens

    Posted by Barrett on 12th Nov 2023

    I prepped ground with fertilizer before I spread seed. Broadcasted 2 acres with hand spreader immediately after I spread fertilizer and got rain the next 3 days. It was done awesome. Radishes are double the size of my fist. I am in South Carolina so I am eager to see if the deer will know how to dig them up or not. Either way, the product is better than described!

  • 5
    Winter greens

    Posted by Troy D. on 24th Oct 2023

    Great products. The winter greens were very soil tolerant even during a year that was drier than normal. I've tried several of whitetail institutes products and have had good luck. Like anything the more work you put into your food plots, the better the results. Great products.

  • 5
    Winter greens

    Posted by Ralph on 23rd Oct 2023

    Came up full and the bulbs are nice size

  • 5

    Posted by Joey A. on 18th Oct 2023

    planted these two years ago and had fantastic results so I figured i’d go back to them this year. I could not be more excited about the growth and germination rate. the bulbs left after the greens are gone provide food well into winter and attract new bucks to my property searching for food.

  • 5
    Imperial winter greens

    Posted by Jimmy E. on 17th Oct 2023

    Looks great pretty dry when I put it in but finally got a little rain and it took off. The deer really seem to like it.

  • 5
    Do it Right and you won't be let down

    Posted by Joshua N. on 17th Jul 2023

    I did everything I was supposed to from soil test, spraying the site with glyphosate, I tilled it with a walk behind, fertilized per the soil test, tilled again and seeded. I got the seed down right before a week of rain in VT. I think that both helped and hurt me. I think some of the seed gat driven too deep into the soil to sprout. I over seeded with what I had left after 2 weeks and filled in some of the gaps.

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