Mean Bean CRUSH is a proprietary food plot seed mix of Lab Lab, Ebony Cow Peas and the special Hinson Forage Soybean. Ebony cowpeas will out produce standard Iron & Clay peas, and the proprietary Hinson Forage Soybean has a longer growing season than the average soybean. When browsed upon, and not allowed to flower, the Hinson soybean will continue to grow and produce tons of forage from late spring into fall. Mean Bean CRUSH by Evolved Harvest has everything Lee & Tiffany are looking for in a nutritious food plot.
Henson Forage Soybeans:
Forage Soybeans are newly developed to produce an abundant supply of the high protein legume leaves that deer will continue to eat all Summer. Unlike regular soybeans developed to produce seeds, these new Forage Soybean plants were developed to keep producing tender leaves that deer cannot resist, they just will not quit growing and can reach 8 feet tall if not eaten. One of the best things about these new Forage Soybean plants is that deer already prefer soybeans over other Summer forage crops and now these new forage varieties will stay sweet by producing new leaves spring through frost.
Lablab beans are a fast growing legume that produces tons of high protein forage, up to 27 percent. Lablab produces thousands of vines that will climb up over the rest of the food plot. Once established, it is hard for deer to overgraze even though it is one of the most highly preferred plants deer eat. Highly palatable and high in protein Lablab is an important tool in managing your deer herd.
Ideal for the warmer seasons, Cowpeas are extremely palatable for deer. This annual is drought tolerant and resilient in regrowth. As part of Mean Bean Crush, Cowpeas are more resistant to overgrazing and have increased longevity.
SKU 21720577 Model 73010 Weight 10.0000 Color No Size No Width N/A In Store Only No Price $22.98
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