For general info. This year we planted close to 40 acres of daikon radish in a soil improvement strategy.We planted a buffer strip around all fields of alfalfa and several clovers. If it proved to be a deer magnet ,all the better. I put a plot watcher on a 15 acre segment , which was a 20 year honey hole. If we were looking for a deer repellent,the radish would be a good choice. I really was not expecting much. I've planted small radish plots before. Something chewed on them. I was not sure what.That said, on a 10 acre field we left 4 rows of corn standing. On that field 3 of us took a number meat deer. The lesson is deer eat what they like first. The pic is one of about a dozen deer caught in 8 weeks. On balance the radish will help on soil, and previous test plantings have proven it's worth.