Killer Food Plots Carnage Brassicas Back Packaging
Killer Food Plots Carnage Brassicas Packaging
Killer Food Plots Carnage Brassicas Back Packaging

Carnage Brassicas

Rated 5.00 out of 5 based on 3 customer ratings
(3 customer reviews)

$33.99

Carnage Premier Brassicas is our KFP Blend of Highly-Palatable, High-Energy Carbohydrate rich forage that Whitetails Crave. Combined with our Protein-Rich Kale the Carnage Brassicas Provide the Building Blocks to aid in Recovery During & After the Rut well delivering the daily energy Whitetails Need to Survive & Thrive during Critical Times throughout the year.

SKU: CB111 Category:

Description

Carnage Premier Brassicas is our KFP Blend of Highly-Palatable, High-Energy Carbohydrate rich forage that Whitetails Crave. Combined with our Protein-Rich Kale the Carnage Brassicas Provide the Building Blocks to aid in Recovery During & After the Rut while delivering the daily energy Whitetails Need to Survive & Thrive during Critical Times throughout the year.

Weight 4lb
Coverage Plants 1/2 – 3/4 Acre
Seed Type Annual
Sunlight Needed Full Sun – Down to 4 Hours. All Day Sun is Acceptable.
Soil Type Variety of soil types: Sandy, Rocky, Clay and Loamy. Prefers a Moderate to Dry, Well-Drained Soil vs. Wet Conditions.
Planting Season Spring and Summer, Fall
Seed Variety KFP Rape, DE Rape, KFP Turnips, Purple Top Turnips, KFP Radishes, Kale
Seed Size Small – See Planting Instructions Tab for more Step x Step planting details
Existing Food Plot (recommended lbs per acre) 8lb
Planting zone ZONE 1 2 3 4. See Planting Guide for details.

Planting Instructions

Additional information

Weight 4 lbs
Dimensions 9 × 5 × 3 in

3 reviews for Carnage Brassicas

  1. Rated 5 out of 5

    Chad Ruehl

    I used Carnage Brassicas in the fall to overseed my other KFP plots. I have had excellent results so far and the deer are in it all the time.

  2. Rated 5 out of 5

    Randall Stroop

    I have planted this two seasons in a row in a poor soil feeder plot and it has come in excellent both times. I use the turnips, and radishes as a way to break up the soil and add organic matter back into the soil. Even with little nitrogen in my soil, this blend grows extremely well. Works really nice overseeding over Climatize.

  3. Rated 5 out of 5

    Randy Kennedy

    Ran side by side trial with Carnage and an old favorite of mine in northern Minnesota. Both started out equal, but then the rain quite and my stand by wilted away and the Carmage kept going. I’m sold.

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