The perfect perennial forage plant for your turkey food plot
The chufas in this unique offering produce nut-like subterranean tubers that wild turkeys love. These tubers are very nutritious and high in fat and protein, and the chufa plant itself is very hardy as well. It can grow in poor soils and responds well to fertilizer.
Once established, a chufa food plot will last for years. To ensure your plot survives, be sure the plot is large enough to support your wild turkey population. Wild turkeys will destroy a food plot containing chufas if the grazing pressure is too high.
Chufas should be planted after all danger of frost has passed. They are most successful in areas of the country with at least 180 frost-free days. Plant about 10 lbs. per ¼ acre and be sure not to plant the seed too deep. No more than ½ inch deep.
Note: Unfortunately, chufas cannot be shipped to Michigan. Sorry about that. Call your local elected officials for details.