Browse Pressure Release
Browse Pressure Release
Browse Pressure Release

Browse Pressure Release

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Is there a lot of browse pressure where you hunt? We've hunted some places like that. That's why we created the Pressure Release blend. It is a modified version of the Summer Release blend that is specifically designed to provide quality forage that keeps growing even in high browse pressure situations. In addition, the species in this blend can improve the soil's health for a better crop during the fall. It includes higher rates of sunn hemp, milo, and other legumes, forbs, and brassicas. This blend stands up very well to heavy browse pressure and is very drought tolerant.

*This Product Is Pre-Inoculated*

All the clovers and alfalfa are pre-inoculated with Exceed Precoat from Visjon Biologics, a long lasting formulation chocked full of bacteria that will take nitrogen from the atmosphere and convert it to plant-available forms of nitrogen for the clover and alfalfa plants.

Also includes Elevate Ag's HyprGerm biological stimulant applied right on the seed. HyprGerm contains nutrients, hormones and enzymes from kelp extract, worm castings, chitosan, and humic acid for increased seed germination, plant vigor, root growth and soil biological stimulation. Healthier and more vigorous plants will lead to healthier animals and bigger antlers!


Berseem Clover, Sunn Hemp, Cowpeas, Mung Beans, Laredo Soybeans, Grain Sorghum, Smart Radish, Black Oil Sunflowers, Trophy Rapeseed, and Mancan Buckwheat.

Planting Instructions

Browse Pressure Release should be drilled 3/4" deep , when the soil reaches 60 degrees. If broadcasting, spread the seed and lightly incorporate just before a rain into a clean seedbed.


Browse Pressure Release should be planted during the spring when the leaves on trees are almost fully formed or more precisely when the soil temperature at 2” deep at 9:00 AM is 60 degrees or warmer. There are lots of websites that report the current soil temperature daily for each county.

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