Landmark Wildlife was asked to assist a Kimble County landowner with restoring a degraded area. Years of overgrazing resulted in a loss of important grasses, and wildflower abundance was also lacking. We disced and reseeded a two acre area with a mix of native Texas wildflowers and grasses. Our goal was to increase habitat quality and food sources for quail and deer.
To receive credit for reseeding, wildlife exemption rules state that at least 10% of the treatment area be treated each year. As was the case here, careful seedbed preparation is essential to give the highest potential for success.