I posted a portion of this question in another thread but I want to bring it under one thread and add to it. We hunt on a combination of private and leased land. Due to stand placement I'm stuck with my stand on part of the lease. The problem you run into is that you are never sure how safe your equipment is. My camera made it all the way through gun season without being swiped so that's good. I just got a 40 gal feeder and I'm interested in running it close to year round and/or the possiblities of planting something. I want to provide nutrition that keeps new deer coming in and makes the current deer bigger and better. My stand is in a wooded area so whatever I plant would have to be able to make it without a ton of sunlight. The area I have to plant a small plot might be 50x50 (feet). I understand that since it's a lease I may not be able to do a whole lot on it and I'm checking on that. I thought about some rye grass, clover, turnips or something. I'm not sure about what I could plant in the next few months that would help. I'm also going to dig holes around the drip line of the big oak and put fertilizer to help the acorn crop. If anyone has tips on any of those things please feel free to share.