I planted this field back in late September and we, like everyone else in the South, didn't get any rain until the first week or so of December. I had planned on planting it in early September, but adulting got in the way with a few rain days mixed in. It sat as bare soil, with a few plants that managed to grab what was left of soil moisture, until the rain came. I was worried that the temps would drop and nothing would grow properly or at all. I planted 1/2 the field in a AWP, WW, oats blend and the other 1/2 in a brassica mix(it was AWP, WW, oats the prior year). The brassicas didn't fare to well. Approx. 1/3 managed to grow and then the bulbs ranged in size from 50 cent to golfball with short tops on them. We did have a decently warm winter and those warm days helped out the grain side. Here are pictures I took one week ago while I was out pulling trail cam cards. The AWP, WW, oats are waist high at the moment and the deer have been eating it and using it as bedding based on all the spots I can see flattened as I walk around it.