So I was on the phone with the farmer we rent the fields to surrounding the woods I hunt today. There is hundreds of acres of AG that island 5 25-50 acre wood pieces. It's normally corn or soybeans. Why I bring this up is he is planting snapbeans this year. Which means they will be harvested by mid to late August. I have no idea how the deer will react to this crop or to the fact that the fields will be empty before season begins. As this is all subjective and situational it is not what I need help figuring out. I have a 1.5 acre food plot in the middle of this and I need to decide what to plant there this year. Considering said variables. Great soil (untreated) around 6. I do plan to fert. I will have the plot disc'ed and packed but not well enough for a clover plot as they need a firm tight bed and very shallow home. I'm thinking turnips and radishes to assist for the winter. Or a homemade blend from the feed store that has bins of them all. Soybeans are a good choice as it's isolated and big enough to hold them until December or so before it's picked clean. So thoughts?