The 1st Fertilizer, Attractant and Liquid Feed – All in 1
Designed by Nuplot – Industry Leader in Food Plot Technology and Nutrition NuPlot
Team Realtree Foodplot Fertilizer is a nutrient rich, easy to mix, water soluble Fertilizer/Attractant designed with minerals deer crave. Formulated to grow big food plots and deer. Promotes superior plant growth and digestibility to attract big deer and have them coming back for more.
This Fertilizer Attracts!
99% of all attractants are minerals. Sometimes the Attractants are combining minerals with various types of feed. Attractants attract deer/wildlife the same way mineral supplements attract livestock. All animals are designed to seek out a balanced and complete diet. This is why deer will come into a feeder to snack on some corn, then out to woods for some acorns, then into the field or plot for some forage. They’re seeking a balanced and complete diet. Apply Team Realtree Foodplot Fertilizer and you’ll not only grow and produce a superior food plot, but your plot will also become the key mineral source within the area.
You mean habit forming? Yeah, that too. Team Realtree Foodplot Fertilizer allows Hunters to produce a more nutritious and balanced feed source, thus improving the habitat. As mentioned earlier, deer will go to various areas to complete their daily diet. They like a buffet. This is why blended seed varieties have become very popular for food plots. The more variety, the better the options and the ability to provide a more complete feed source that will result in the deer/wildlife spending more time in the food plot and less time in the woods. But planting the right type of food plot is just one aspect of this. The most important aspect is making sure the plot receives Team Realtree Foodplot Fertilizer. This will ensure that the forage being grown has the highest amount of protein, improved digestibility, minerals, palatability (fancy word for tasty), etc.
By improving the food plot/food source, you have improved the habitat. As a result, deer not only come in and graze the food plot, but they make it a staple in their diet. At this point, the ‘habit’ is formed. So yes, it is habit forming, but more importantly – It’s Habitat Forming.