Planning on planting a summer plot at my hunting ground. My current set up is a wood front along a road with open expanses of corn/soybean fields. There is a clearing in the woods that open to the fields and backs to a levee. The plan is to plant a screen of egyptian wheat on the field side of the clearing and plant cowpeas and buckwheat in the summer (may plant) and then over-seed with oats and radishes in early august. The concern is this, Is the plot a waste of effort considering they are surrounded by food sources or is diversity part of the draw? And will over-seeding late summer produce results or should a secondary kill plot be planted? Thank you for your time and I appreciate any input.