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Author Topic: Real World Wildlife Seeds  (Read 2202 times)

Offline foodplot19

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Real World Wildlife Seeds
« on: February 09, 2014, 01:09:45 PM »
Curious, has anybody tried their RR Soybeans?  If so what kind of luck have you had.  If anybody has used both, how does it compare to Eagle Seed RR Soybeans?
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Re: Real World Wildlife Seeds
« Reply #1 on: February 09, 2014, 02:45:15 PM »
            I get my RR soybeans from the local seed elevator. Sometimes I'm able to get the seed that falls on the ground for $5 per 100 lbs. I also get it cheap from the deer hunters association. RR soybeans are easy to grow and will grow about anywhere, and the deer love them.

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Re: Real World Wildlife Seeds
« Reply #2 on: February 09, 2014, 03:48:05 PM »
isn't RR sotbeans the group that stan potts is with? i think it's his company, right?

i talked to them directly a couple years ago. they couldn't help me w/ my property being so far north. you will probably be fine in MO. seems like i remember thinking they are a knock off of  eagle seeds

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Re: Real World Wildlife Seeds
« Reply #3 on: February 10, 2014, 08:08:05 AM »
isn't RR sotbeans the group that stan potts is with? i think it's his company, right?

To my knowledge, Stan Potts isn't associated with Real World.  Don Higgins is the outdoor writer that is part owner.

While I haven't personally planted them, here's a quick comparison in a nutshell from all the info I've read on the QDMA forum:

Eagle beans are a forage bean and is geared to put on major plant growth.
Real World beans are selected for shatter resistance and hold their pods until later winter, providing bean pods later in the year than other varieties.
Eagle beans is probably a better choice for those in the south while RW would be better in the north.  It depends what your needs and goals are.
Real World is currently holding a contest asking participants to plant their product next to any competitor, video document the process and results, and the prize is a new Mathews bow.
http://www.realworldwildlifeseed.com/Index.html
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Re: Real World Wildlife Seeds
« Reply #4 on: February 10, 2014, 08:50:59 AM »
Dont get caught up in buying a branded for wildlife round up ready soybean. Go to your local coop or seed dealer and by one of the bags they sell. It will be cheaper and do just as well if not better.
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Re: Real World Wildlife Seeds
« Reply #5 on: February 11, 2014, 05:33:37 PM »
isn't RR sotbeans the group that stan potts is with? i think it's his company, right?

To my knowledge, Stan Potts isn't associated with Real World.  Don Higgins is the outdoor writer that is part owner.

While I haven't personally planted them, here's a quick comparison in a nutshell from all the info I've read on the QDMA forum:

Eagle beans are a forage bean and is geared to put on major plant growth.
Real World beans are selected for shatter resistance and hold their pods until later winter, providing bean pods later in the year than other varieties.
Eagle beans is probably a better choice for those in the south while RW would be better in the north.  It depends what your needs and goals are.
Real World is currently holding a contest asking participants to plant their product next to any competitor, video document the process and results, and the prize is a new Mathews bow.
http://www.realworldwildlifeseed.com/Index.html

that's right, higgins. got them mixed up. be careful planting too far north. they have a longer growing season than i have. they wouldn't mature for me
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Re: Real World Wildlife Seeds
« Reply #6 on: February 12, 2014, 07:37:20 AM »
that's right, higgins. got them mixed up. be careful planting too far north. they have a longer growing season than i have. they wouldn't mature for me

They are working on a blend for more northern climates.  You might contact them and see how it's coming along.  They may even give you a deal for testing it for them.
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Re: Real World Wildlife Seeds
« Reply #7 on: February 12, 2014, 08:38:57 AM »
isn't RR sotbeans the group that stan potts is with? i think it's his company, right?

To my knowledge, Stan Potts isn't associated with Real World.  Don Higgins is the outdoor writer that is part owner.

While I haven't personally planted them, here's a quick comparison in a nutshell from all the info I've read on the QDMA forum:

Eagle beans are a forage bean and is geared to put on major plant growth.
Real World beans are selected for shatter resistance and hold their pods until later winter, providing bean pods later in the year than other varieties.
Eagle beans is probably a better choice for those in the south while RW would be better in the north.  It depends what your needs and goals are.
Real World is currently holding a contest asking participants to plant their product next to any competitor, video document the process and results, and the prize is a new Mathews bow.
http://www.realworldwildlifeseed.com/Index.html

that's right, higgins. got them mixed up. be careful planting too far north. they have a longer growing season than i have. they wouldn't mature for me
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That is one of the reasons I suggest buying from a local seed dealer. They have the right seed for your local enviorment.
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Real World Wildlife Seeds
« Reply #8 on: February 12, 2014, 08:52:36 AM »

isn't RR sotbeans the group that stan potts is with? i think it's his company, right?

To my knowledge, Stan Potts isn't associated with Real World.  Don Higgins is the outdoor writer that is part owner.

While I haven't personally planted them, here's a quick comparison in a nutshell from all the info I've read on the QDMA forum:

Eagle beans are a forage bean and is geared to put on major plant growth.
Real World beans are selected for shatter resistance and hold their pods until later winter, providing bean pods later in the year than other varieties.
Eagle beans is probably a better choice for those in the south while RW would be better in the north.  It depends what your needs and goals are.
Real World is currently holding a contest asking participants to plant their product next to any competitor, video document the process and results, and the prize is a new Mathews bow.
http://www.realworldwildlifeseed.com/Index.html

that's right, higgins. got them mixed up. be careful planting too far north. they have a longer growing season than i have. they wouldn't mature for me
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That is one of the reasons I suggest buying from a local seed dealer. They have the right seed for your local enviorment.
I think snort offers good advice on this. Never hesitate to contact your county extension agent or local USDA office. They work for you and should be very knowledgeable about things like this.
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Re: Real World Wildlife Seeds
« Reply #9 on: February 14, 2014, 12:22:47 PM »
aaron s and snortweeze are both right.aarons is right that the pods last longer into the lateseason.snortweeze is right that regular seed works just as well.i have used rw soybeans and they grow great and the deer will love them.but my friends buy regular seed and have the same results and pay 1/3 of what i pay for rw seed.great product but guess what im buying this season?
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