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LLA Summer 2012 Webinar Series

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Native Alternatives for Food Plots in the Longleaf Ecosystem

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  • Webinar
When Jul 13, 2012
from 11:00 AM to 12:00 PM
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Contact Phone 334-427-1029
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Presenter:  Mark Hainds, The Longleaf Alliance

Time:  11:00 - Noon, Central

Most of the Southeast’s primary game species (deer, turkey, quail) at one time thrived in natural longleaf pine ecosystems characterized by frequent fire and a diverse native herbaceous and shrub layer.  As fire was excluded and longleaf forests were converted to lob or slash plantations, native herbs and shrubs declined.  Many landowners became accustomed to planting food plots with species that were promoted by nurseries and biologists.  Many of these food plot species were exotic Asian plants that are now identified as highly invasive weeds.   This webinar will identify native alternatives that are commercially available and preferred by game species.  Furthermore, many native herbs and shrubs are rarely invasive, more attractive on the landscape, and potential food sources for human foragers! 

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