I called the MFA in NW Mo today to discuss fertilizer and lime requirements for starting up my food plot. The ground I plan to plot had been in crp for the last 5 years. Although I tried to take a soil sample last week, the ground was frozen solid except for the top inch, so I'll need to do that another time. The MFA recommended 30lbs actual of N,P,K and 100lbs of pelletized lime -for food plots without having the soil test. Said that would get me started without spending a bunch of money on it. That would be $46 per acre. I saw another post on another forum (for Iowa ground) recommending 150# of actual nitrogen as well as 100# each of P and K. MFA said that'd cost $150 an acre and I really didn't need that much to get a food plot planted. I'm going to plant beans and forage sorghum in spring, then overseed in late summer with cereal rye and WW. What do folks in Central to Northern Mo use for their plots? Do you put different fertilizer rates down depending on what you plan to plant that year?