Do you have experience seeding food plots just before ground-freeze or first snows of winter, as a alternative to seeding their plot in the spring time? If so, please share how well it worked for you. I did my first late fall dormant seeding last year for some pollinator plots I put in for the NRCS. It worked well, so this year I thought I would give it a try with a few of my deer food plots in late October. What did you plant? How did it turn out? One might ask why I want to do this as I should be hunting my plot at this time instead of planting it. Well, unfortunately, my tractor was out of commission for 80 days and I missed most of this year's growing season. I have 11 food plots and a few of them didn't have any perennials in them and the annuals that were in there are long since gone. So I thought I would get a head start on next year by trying to fall dormant seed them now that I have my tractor back in service.