Joining us today is Wade GeFellers, a graduate student at the University of Tennessee in Knoxville. Wade talks to us about the management of early successional plant communities for white-tailed deer and other wildlife species. We talk about conversion of cool-season and warm-season pastures into high quality plant communities and compare the draw backs and benefits of planting old-fields versus allowing the seed bank to respond naturally.
-Old field management
-Converting pasture into old fields for wildlife
-Planting vs. seedbank response