I have an unusual question for the crew. With the unbelievable cost of fertilizer right now, with no indication of it coming down anytime soon, I was wondering if anything we do as regenerative plotters could be applied to my family’s warm season grass hay meadows? My father-in-law has both native warm season grass meadows and a couple bermuda grass meadows. I know clover could be frost seeded into them, but what about buckwheat in the summer after the first cutting? He only cuts his native meadows once a year, so buckwheat probably wouldn’t work there because he wouldn’t want it to go to seed. Would the buckwheat have a chance to grow in the bermuda, and would it provide any phosphorus for the clover? He would hay the bermuda with the buckwheat a month and a half later in a good year.