The application of some MIRACLE GROW and a biological stimulant plus 2 1/8" of rain has jump started the clover patches in Okla Co. MIRACLE GROW is fine to add to your food plots instead of traditional fertilizer if you have a spray rig because you get some added trace minerals such as boron. A boron deficiency in your clover plots showes up as a red tint to some of your leaves. It is easy to correct. I mix 1 tube of MIRACLE GROW to 15-25 gallons of water and spray on 1 acre. You can spray it on a 1/4 acre plot and it is gonna do mucha beta. I am doing some research on planting radishes, a brassicca this fall in my food plots. Reports I have seen indicate that at peak they will have up to 46% protein in their leaves. The protein level at maturity is around 20% for the leaves and 23% in the root which may grow as deep as 18" or deeper. When the plant dies and rots it provides a great source of nitrogen for the soil AND it leaves a bigt hole in the ground to allow for better water absorption. Ross Seed in El Reno,405/262-3456 has them in stock. I believe this is the first year that they are carrying this variety. This radish appears to be something new that shows tremendous potential for late season attraction of deer plus benefit to the soil. You plant the radish just as you would turnips. Till,broadcast, fertilize and pack. The plant rate is no more than 3 pounds/ acre when added to your existing seed blends. 5 pounds/acre if you plant it exclusively. I think it is a safe bet that no one will be planting something like this on their lease or farm. So if you add this to your bag of tricks this year you may have your own secret ace in the hole. I know that where I hunt no one will be planting it but me. Give it a try I think you will be pleased.