Food plot cultivation is basically a year-round endeavor, meaning you can sow crops beneficial to wildlife in just about any season depending upon the plant, time of year, latitude, and rainfall projections. If you didn’t get a plot in the ground this summer, don’t worry. Planting in early fall means fewer weeds to compete with, and a plot maturing in November or December won’t stack up with does and fawns the way summer-planted plots can. In the Midwest and Southeast, early fall is a particularly good time to break out the disc and sow the seeds of some late-season action. Here are a few mixes that should do well.