Hi all, I was wondering if I could get a bit of advice from you more experienced food plotters. The property I hunt has two agricultural fields that are seperated but a long strip of grass that is about 100 yards long and maybe 15 feet wide. Not sure what kind of grass it is but it is short and filled with weeds and I never see wildlife using it. I imagine that it was left untilled for erosion purposes by the farmer because one field is on kind of a steep grade and the lower field is flat. Anyways, I am wanting to plant something benefitial to wildlife in this strip of land. What I am looking for is something with a decent root system that will still serve as erosion control, but also something that grows tall so I can use it as screening cover to get to and from stands. I would prefer something that grows at least 5 feet tall. Something that the wildlife can eat would be nice too. Lastly, it needs to be something this is relatively low maintenance because I am deploying overseas in June and will not be able to do anything with it until I am back the following year. Is there is anything that fits all of this criteria? Thanks in advance.