Posted 20 September 2007 - 07:21 AM
I recently ordered some of the Bucklunch beets to try in a half acre food plot back in Missouri. These beets don't become a desired food source to the deer until after the temperature has dropped far enough that the cold causes the beets to turn to sugar. Apparently after the beets go through this change the deer just can't get enough of them!My brother is going to finish discing up the half acre bed where these seeds are going to be planted some time today. If all goes well with their growth and I can get away from school for the Missouri fall deer season I will be hunting over these beets in November or the first of December. I will try and get my brother to snap a few pictures of their growing process like he did for me with the sun flower seeds. I will post any pictures I get as they come in to me.