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Removing Junk Trees From Your Food Plot Area [VIDEO]

With winter finally on the wane, now is the perfect time to begin a food plot, or at least explore the possibilities. It’s too early to plant seeds, but if you have a small patch of ground that’s lightly wooded or grown up in saplings, removing those junk trees is easier than you may imagine. The folks at Growing Deer TV have a special process that requires a hatchet or small ax and a herbicide, so that you can eliminate trees like honey locust and Osage orange. These trees grow thorns that can easily flatten tires and cause a mountain of headaches. Check out the video to get started.