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If this is a new plot, why not go with something like a buckwheat for the summer. Till it in come the end of July then spread a rape/turnip mix for the fall and winter?

The buckwheat is fairly cheap, establishes fast, and gives organic material to the soil once tilled in. It also will help suppress weeds in a newer plot, plus added tillage will help clean up the plot.
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