This is our second year kind of going full throttle with food plots on our farm. Liming/fertilizing this weekend at 2 tons per acre lime & 0-100-40 fertilizer (based on soil sample results and planting soybeans). We are feeling pretty excited for the bean plots and some of the clover/alfalfa plots from last season but one of our best fields as far as location sits in the lowest point on the property along a creek bottom and tends to stay swamped. Not necessarily holding a ton of water but wet soil. So we're looking into deer vetch? Maybe a clover blend designed for swampy areas or wetlands? Anyone have any experience with similar soils? Recommendations? About an acre, good amount of direct sunlight, soil ph is 5.8, we're gonna go ahead and lime it this weekend since it's dry (about 2 tons). We're gonna wait on fertilizer until we can come up with something to plant.