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    Default QDMA/NWTF seed program

    Just got this email from QDMA/Wannamaker.....does anyone know if the NWTF program still exists in SC? It was a fuster cluck the last time I participated, roughly 10 years ago.

    Dear Mike,

    Happy new year, and I hope 2019 is starting off well for you. Iím writing to let you know about an exciting opportunity QDMA is providing to our members. We are pleased to offer a Conservation Seed Program to help get viable seed planted across the landscape to benefit whitetails, other wildlife species, and your hunting this fall. Through a national program weíre able to acquire out-of-date seed and provide it to you at extremely reduced prices. The germination rate will likely be less than 100 percent, but still very good relative to cost of the seed. Itís important to note the seed canít be sold for profit, traded or bartered, it has to remain standing for wildlife use, and it canít be fed directly to livestock or wildlife. QDMA piloted this program in Spring 2018 with excellent results.
    QDMA members can order corn, sorghum, soybeans and/or wheat. The corn is 90-110 day varieties and is not glyphosate resistant. The soybeans are group 1 beans and are glyphosate resistant. All species are $9 per 50 lbs. bag. To order, please complete this order form and email it to your QDMA Regional Director.
    We can only obtain this seed in bulk (400-800 bags per order), so it may not be available in all locations. All orders must be placed by January 23, and we will know at that time where we have enough orders to schedule delivery of the seed. Our Regional Directors will contact everyone who placed an order to confirm whether the seed will be delivered or whether there was not enough interest to reach the minimum order. Seed orders are typically delivered in March, and seed will be delivered to a central location for your area. Your Regional Director will contact you with the delivery date and location to pick up your seed. Non-QDMA members can take advantage of this opportunity by joining QDMA. Have a good day, and hereís to a great 2019.
    Respectfully,

    Kip Adams
    Director of Conservation

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    Join Date
    Apr 2002
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    Camden, SC
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    It is still very much that way. All of the good seed goes to close friends of the folks giving it out. Plenty of sorghum seed available.

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