I planted a long list of seeds on a newly cleared plot in September. I'd like to add buckwheat this spring but don't know if that's a good idea with everything that's already in the plot. I'm anticipating the cereal grains will bounce back in the spring along with the clover. The main plot size is .6 acre. I have an additional acre+ of logging roads planted in MRC and cereal grains. Species planted mid September: WW, WR, Oats, CC, MRC, DER, PTT and DR. 800 ponds of pelletized lime was added in September as well. All by hand so it's not as even as I'd like but I wanted to get something down. Initial PH was 5.6. I added 20 pounds of WR in mid November but it's been cold at night, that might have been a waste. I haven't tilled anything at all. I'm not planning on terminating anything in the spring unless the weeds are really bad. My hope is that the maturing cereal grains and potentially the buckwheat will out compete the weeds. Current plan: Broadcast Buckwheat ~April 2019. Allow everything to mature, broadcast fall seeds into standing BW and cereal grain ~September 2019. Possibly cut the mature cereal grains and BW with a trimmer. Thoughts? Questions?