Brand: Bad Dawg Accessories
The GroundHog Max Disc Plow Kit truly makes preparing food plots a one-man job. The GroundHog Max Disc Plow weighs 69 pounds and comes fully assembled. Easy to use "transport mode" allows the GroundHog Max to get to any remote food plot that your ATV / UTV can reach. The GroundHog Max can plow from 3-7 MPH and can even plow in reverse. The GroundHog Max is half as wide as a normal plow and truly makes creating food plots a one-man job.
If you are looking for a tool to disc up and prepare up to a 2-acre food plot and you don't have a tractor, this is the product for you! This disc is perfect for putting in that hard to reach food plot and making sure the ground is plowed up and ready for planting. With a speed output of 3-7 MPH, this GroundHog Max Disc Plow will really work-up that soil and prepare for seeding in no time at all!
PREPARING FOOD PLOTS- About the GroundHog Max Disc for ATV/UTV Food plotting.
PREPARING YOUR FOOD PLOT JUST GOT EASIER.
Don’t let preparing your food plots be a chore, with the right equipment it’s almost enjoyable.
This guide will show you just how easy it can be with the GroundHog Max. The list below is an overview of what you’ll find in our guide!
-It’s now a one-man job
-Universal across machines
-Where to put your plot
-Types of Food Plots
THE ONE MAN JOB
With the lightweight plow and ease of connecting to your machine, the GroundHogMax makes creating food plots a one-man job. There is no longer the need to grab your buddy and go out and spend half your day making a food plot. Now you can hook it up & be done in half the time!
This plow is truly universal. Whether you have an ATV or UTV, the GroundHog Max is perfect for you. It is easily transferred between machines, and if your ATV can get there, so can the GroundHog Max.
• Universal design fits both UTVs and ATVs alike.
• Smaller size to fit in tighter areas.
• Want to plot a tricky spot? If your ATV can get there, so can the GroundHog Max.
PREPARING YOUR PLOTS
There is a lot to consider when preparing your food plots. What are you planting? Why are you planting it? Do you have the right conditions? Pick the right spot, then start to plow. Attach your GroundHog Max plow, be sure to start slow and watch for rocks and tree roots so you don’t damage your plow or machine
• Ideal pH soil: https://www.groundhogmax.com/groundhog-max/plant-it
• Gardening: http://www.gardeningknowhow.com/edible/vegetables/vgen/family-vegetable-garden-size.htm
WHAT TO PLANT
Every area is different, so pay attention to what you’re planting and where your plot is. Adjust the pH levels of your soil, if it’s not optimum. Keep in mind temperatures, precipitation, and your crops. Check out our crop suggestions below.
• Turkey hunting food plots: Chufa bulbs, ladino, soybeans, corn, wheat, oats, and rye.
• Duck hunting food plots: Easily flooded crops such as corn or milo.
• Deer hunting food plots: https://www.outdoorlife.com/blogs/big-buck-zone/2013/08/deer-hunting-how-grow-100-food-plot
• Turkey hunting food plots: https://www.realtree.com/food-plots-and-land-management/articles/how-to-make-your-land-better-for-turkey-hunting
The GroundHog Max can be used for more than just food plots. This plow is great for creating firebreaks, landscaping, weed control and much more!