Again, this is simply wrong. One of my favorite methods of plotting is the “one plot-three crops” approach. I’ll plant soybeans, oats, maybe some buckwheat in the spring. This will draw plenty of deer in the early summer months and they’ll mow it down pretty quick. Then I till it under and plant another round of oats, buckwheat and soys in mid-summer. Again, the deer will hit it hard and few, if any, of the soybeans will ever reach maturity. Then I till again and plant my fall-focused plot around Labor Day. All of the organic matter that I’m tilling under will build the soil and minimize my fertilizer costs and I’ll have a food plot in place much of the spring, summer and fall that will draw deer.