I have a 1 acre food plot that is fairly secluded on a farm i hunt in southern iowa. For the last 4 years I have planted turnips with average success. Each year the turnips have turned out pretty decent as far as growth is concerned. They normally hit them pretty hard during bow season. From my observation it seems that there are plenty of turnips laying in the plot but they tend to stop hitting them right around 1st or 2nd shotgun season and then it becomes a ghost town. My late muzzleloader season and shotgun seasons over the plot havent been very impressive. Anybody have any recommendations on something else to plant that would be a late season draw. I am not able to make the plot any bigger so have stayed away from beans since they would probably be destroyed before gun season.