Frost Ring On Pears

If you notice marks like this on your Pears or Apples this season they are called frost rings. This is caused by late frost on young fruit. If the frost hits the fruit at a very young age the fruit may never mature or may stay very small and shriveled. If they do mature and […]

Wildlife Group Hunting Show schedule!

I’ll be on the road all of July and most of August at hunting expos across the south. Please stop by and visit if you can attend! July 11-13  Tennesse Valley Hunting & Fishing Expo,  Huntsville AL July 19-21  NCAA Trade Show ,Mobile Alabama July 25-27 Georgia Outdoor News Summer Blast,  Duluth Ga August 1-3 Mississippi Wildlife […]

Growing Apple Trees for Deer Food Plots

Part of the pleasure in planting apple trees on your property derives from luring big boys like the one in the adjacent photo into your fruit tree orchard. Another benefit is getting to grab a couple of tasty apples on the way to your stand. Combining different selections of apples in your orchards will insure […]

Chestnuts for Wildlife Feed Plots

The American Chestnut once ranged from North Florida to Main and west to the Ohio Valley and was one of if not the most important trees in the eastern United States. These trees provided strong wood for fence posts, furniture, homes and many other uses. The chestnuts themselves were also a very important food source […]

Pear Trees for Deer Food Plots- A Winning Combination

Pears are the ideal tree to attract deer to food plots and wildlife habitat improvement. They are the easiest fruit tree to grow for improved deer population growth and management. How many old home sites have you visited or found on your property that have pears growing and is a hotspot for wildlife? Most everyone […]