WHY PLANT BLUE HILL’S GRAFTED FRUIT TREES FOR DEER
As we all know, diversity is important when planting for deer and growing fruit trees for whitetails is no different. There is diversity by having different species, but there are also differences within species. Variables within species include drop time, disease resistance, consistency, taste, palatability, and yield. Therefore by planting my grafted trees as opposed to seedling trees, you will be able to choose the variables to your liking and better diversify your tree plot for wildlife.
If you plant seedling grown trees, you will have many variables, including an unpredictable drop. By looking at this Drop Time Chart, you can select trees for your deer tree plot to produce all hunting season or when you desire. Seedling grown trees will not give you the dependability of our grafted fruit trees.
For Bow Hunters, I would suggest finding trees of multiple species that drop in September, October, and November. Therefore hunters who prefer the late season could stack your property by choosing trees of multiple species that drop December into January. For the most benefit to the deer on your property, I would suggest planting trees that drop from August to March. More importantly, if you do this, you could plant them strategically so that you would know what trees are dropping when and hunt over the falling fruit at any given time.
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