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The timeline for planting food plots for deer and other wildlife falls into two main windows—cool-season and warm-season. Plant cool-season forages like wheat, rye, oat, clover, and brassicas in the fall or early spring, and the sprouts should grow throughout the year. Deer love brassicas, which are easy to establish, grow quickly and are suited for growing in a wide variety of climates and soil types. Moreover, most cool-season forages are perennials, so they’ll come back again the following year after planting.

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