Rx: In the short term, you can add more variety and improve your plots' taste appeal. Would you choose a buffet with three entrées or six? The wider the selection of plants, the more likely a buck or the doe he's after will find something to their liking. If you live in the south, use blends such as Eagle Seed's Broadside (turnips, radishes, wheat, and beans) or be creative and plant your own mixtures, alternating strips like crimson clover, mixed brassicas, and winter peas. In northern states, expand your offerings by adding different cereal grains. (These are the only food-plot seeds that can be planted this late.) If you have wheat, add rye or triticale for variety, or a high-sugar-content oat such as Imperial Whitetail Oats Plus. Some bucks prefer one to the other.