We've been debating what to plant in our plots this spring and still haven't come up with exactly what we want to plant. Our ground is in central pa and our plots are a little varied. One big plot 4.5 acres, one plot about 1 acre, and several 1/4 acre plots. The 4.5 acre plot was split into 4 sections last fall (clover, tall tine tubers, sorghum, and big buck annual mix from welter seed), the 1 acre plot was a lawn last fall and all the little plots were buck forage oats. We would really like to get something in them for the spring that will help our fall plots (green manure) and attract turkeys this spring. We have been tossing around the ideas of a clover sunflower mix...but are looking for ideas...what about buckwheat or peas...anybody have any ideas? There is some heavy browse from the deer so it has to be pretty hearty. The big 4.5 acre plot has been limed and has a decent ph...the smaller plots are pretty acidic. Thanks in advance.