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Discussion in 'Habitat Forum' started by hartfish, Jul 25, 2017.
Goat weed if you can find the perennial variety.
Fellow that farms the land behind my house grows a lot of tomatoes for the farmers market and his own fruit & veggie stand up the road. He dumps the rotted tomatoes out in the field and the doves seem to like the little seeds pretty well.
It's been a long time but use to have some really good shoots over millet hay fields. I haven't seen millet fields in a good while.
TN has a split that is timed with the harvest of milo but again, around here, you really don't see many milo fields.
Most seem to plant safflower for doves here in California.
We plant water here.
had some good hunts on letting your field go, bushhog a couple weeks before season, doves love foxtail & most anything with seed.
Here in SWFL it's millet. Along w/ sorgum & sesame planted 110 - 120 days out in May & June.
Could you tell the fwc. The few times I've been to a state dove field the most doves I've ever seen was 3. Flying.
Have you tried planting at a later date?
Yes, but it needs to be cut or harvested to be huntable... That is some throny stuff there...
Dove weed A.KA. turkey mullein is good stuff for the early season.
For the later/second season doves, I have yet to see anything attract dove better than corn.
I might be inclined to try something like this: