Fire has a bad connotation when it’s discussed, possibly because so many lives and so much personal property have been lost to it. When not contained or controlled, fire can be devastating.
Even though fire can bring death and destruction, controlled fires in a rural setting on hunting properties is beneficial on several levels. Whether you’re trying to grow a premium stand of timber or a lush food plot, winter burns promote soil productivity and provide the necessary components for vigorous growth in the plant world. When soils improve, target plant life flourishes and wildlife are on the receiving end. It’s a win-win situation for both the landowner and the wildlife. Read More...
February 05 at 9:00 am