Antler King ® Slam Dunk

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SLAM DUNK ALL FALL HUNT PLOT was designed with the hunter in mind and is blended with special varieties of warm and cold weather food sources all-in-one to attract and hold deer on your property ALL Fall and Winter.  This food plot mix will completely change the way you plan your plots for next season.

WHY SLAM DUNK?  This unique food plot mix offers special seed varieties chosen for their ability to grow and thrive in virtually any soil condition and climate; from hot to cold to wet to dry.  Soil, pH, shade and weather tolerant, this mix can grow in soils from pH 5.4-7.0 and create several tons of highly nutritious forage per year.  Slam Dunk can germinate in 3-5 days and will grow extremely quickly reaching full maturity in 60-90 days.  This hardy blend of plants will provide your deer the protein and energy they desire and need heading into the Fall and Winter.  The special varieties of Peas and Buckwheat are both warm season plants and are great late Summer and early Fall food sources, whereas the special varieties of Radishes and Canola can be phenomenal late season food sources.    Once the weather turns cold and these plants are impacted by a hard killing frost or consecutive frosts, this triggers plant maturation and a dramatic molecular change occurs allowing the plants to convert their stored up starches into sugar, increasing attraction, consumption and palatability.  Once this occurs deer will seek out this high energy food source all Fall and Winter long.  Planting Slam Dunk will not only provide your deer herd a highly attractive, highly nutritious food source but it will also help your soil for years to come by breaking up soil compaction, aerating the soil and adding nitrogen, phosphorus, calcium and other minerals to the soil environment, creating a healthier soil environment and higher yields for future plots.

NUTRITION:  The Forage Peas and Buckwheat in Slam Dunk will provide 15-30% protein in the late Summer and Fall and are generally consumed immediately after plants begin to flower.  This early attraction is designed to help allow the Radish and Canola plants to reach full maturity.  The leafy greens in both the Radish and Canola provide 20-25% protein as these plants grow and reach maturity and can sustain your herd through the late Summer months if necessary.  However, once the weather turns cold and the molecular change occurs in these Brassica plants the major attraction will begin as the stored up starch in these plants turns to sugar, offering a 4% gross energy food source deer will flock too.  Planting Slam Dunk will offer the bow and gun hunter great Fall and Winter attraction and provide the whole deer family vital protein and energy sources all Fall and Winter.

  • Awesome all fall hunt plot.
  • pH tolerant and shade tolerant great for backwoods hunt plots
  • Easy to establish and fast growing.
  • With radishes, forage peas, canola and buckwheat.
  • In the Midwest and Northeast plant late June, July, August or early September.
  • In the South plant late July, August, September or early October
  • Plant SLAM DUNK seeds less than 1/2″ deep.
  • 3.5 lb. Bag Plants 1/4 acre.

Reviews

  1. Adam Culp

    Great product very good mixture the deer in Michigan eat it up, and buckwheat flowers provide a lot of pollen for the honey bees which in return provided more flowers for the deer too eat, antler king did a great job on the seed and the research it grew 5 feet tall last year and I’ve already got it planted again I will be mixing it with my soybeans for a summer food source and mix it half and half with honey hole deer will eat it up highly recommend this product

  2. Quinn Manderfield (verified owner)

    This plot seed did not perform as well as I hoped. Plot was tilled and limed prior to seeding (Antler King soil test showed PH above 6), and subsequently PLOT MAXd & JOLTd.
    Plants came up relatively sparse to my disappointment; this could be due to sparse sunlight caused by consistent rainfall and canopy.
    The plants that did come up were hit by deer consistently; I have had upwards of 8 deer in the plot at the same time. One trailcam vid shows 5 different bucks in the plot at once which i have never seen on the property before. This mix also seems to hold up well against graze pressure.

    I hope to have better results in the future since the deer seem to love it; it may be issues on my end and not due to a PH/shade tolerance issue from the seed.

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