Biologic Turkey Gold Chufa

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Mossy Oak® BioLogic™ Turkey Gold Chufa is an attractive planting for wild turkeys and is also great for waterfowl in flooded areas. Performs best in sandy soil. Establish plots in spring or summer. For best results and optimal density, spread a 10-lb. bag over about 1/4 of an acre.


  • Produces fingernail-size tubers just below the surface


  • Moist sandy or loamy soil types are ideal
  • Thrive in open areas with full sunlight
  • Top-quality perennial chufas
  • Chufas require 90 to 110 frost-free days to mature
  • Wild turkey, ducks and deer cannot resist them
BioLogic teamed up with the National Wild Turkey Federation to bring you these top-quality perennial chufas. Each plant can grow 1- to 3-ft. tall and produces up to 150 fingernail-size tubers just below the surface that wild turkey, ducks and deer cannot resist. Your flock and herd will have food from fall through spring. Chufas require 90 to 110 frost-free days to mature and thrive in open areas that receive full sunlight. Moist sandy or loamy soil types are ideal. Includes instructions for successful planting.
Available: 10-lb. bag (plants 1/4 acre).
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Biologic Turkey Gold Chufa Reviews:

Positive Reviews:

turkey gold

I planted 4 bags at the end of june 08. At the end of july 08 they were 18 to 20 inches tall. I would recomend this product to ALL turkey hunters.I planted 2 bags of a different brand at the same time and they never came up!!
pumpkintony at Cabelas on 07/28/2008

Gold Chufa

After seeing the benefits of the product on a nearby property, I decideded to split one my plots to give chufa a whirl.
UncleWad at Cabelas on 04/16/2012

Negative Reviews:

Appears to have been a mistake

Late December 2012, I purchased a 10 lb bucket of Chufa seed. I prepped my food plot by using lime & fertilizer and followed the instructions on the bucket, one half inch deep, 8 inches apart, 30 inches between rows. I manually planted half the bucket. My planting was done in late May. I have zero germination as of Jun 22. An awful lot of work & expense for nothing. I planted 10 seeds in potting soil in our 'greenhouse.' Again nothing. This particular food plot has done well with other mixes but the Chufa was a complete failure.
cghuntcms at Cabelas on 06/22/2013

No germination at all

Tried to convert an existing rural garden (no weeds/grass). Disked, fertilized, seeded and covered the seed lightly after last frost. Not one seed sprouted and we ended up with a well-fertilized weed plot by the end of the summer.
WItreehugger at Cabelas on 01/03/2014