My property runs along a busy 2 lane road. The Highway right of way is 50' from the center of the road....which is big considering it's only 2 lanes. Then property fence, which is brushy and over grown. Then there is a power line right of way that runs most the property. It is 20'-30' wide. For 2-3000' it runs along a section of planted pine. Most of this is up a steep bank from the highway. There is one entry point from the highway, a culver the electrical workers use to access. It would be brushy and overgrown except every so often they nuke it with herbicide. So basically it is over an acre of waste at this point. I am in the process of moving to the property, the house where I grew up. I am doing a lot of improvements and so forth. This wasted right of way has caught my attention. There are a couple of washes that would need a culvert pipe and then dirt pushed over so a tractor can run the length of it. I am thinking of having a dozer clear it, put in the pipes, and then plant a food plot. Across the road there is a 20 year cutover. Not a lot of deer crossing at this point...10 years ago there were a crazy amount of deer dying on the road here...now not as many are crossing and they are crossing elsewhere. So I don't think me planting this close to the road will encourage a hazard. Due to the pines, the ground is I'm sure very acidic. I can counter that some with lime but it would be hard to make it high PH. I am looking for a plot that will help me keep the deer on the property when they acorns are not doing well. Full season would be great. Any suggestions on what would be good to plant?