Warm Season Wildlife Food Plots

Warm season loosely refers to the spring and summer. Typically warm season plants are planted in from March to June and August to October. These plants are not frost tolerant and will either have slow growth or stop all together during cool/cold weather.

Our items can be purchased individually or in mixes. Mixes create a diversity of nutrition and production, so there will be food available at different times of year. 

South Texas Native Mix 

Texas natives grasses and forbs are especially attractive to quail because they provide quality nutrition from both the seed and insects attracted to the plants. The tall bunch grasses also provide protection from predators while nesting, and create pathways of bare ground between the tufts, so the quail can navigate around easily. 

Warm Season Nonnative Mixes 

Warm Season NonnativeItems