RR...yep we have locus as well and they reproduce from seed but running roots and once cut those long roots will just send up shoots everywhere...just like a poplar tree....make sure you get a good stump killer...I have a few stands of them I keep in check buy mowing trails around them...the deer and turkey use them a lot...Now you have a much larger area to work with than I...but even on a small area I can incorporate a lot of things....one being annuals and perennials...and plots with variety...ie...buckwheat...turnips and corn...or HSG succraseed...turnips and corn....clover...spring trical/fall turnips and buckwheat /fall turnips
My wild apple trees and the mulberry...hazelnut..peach and grape plantings and the bramble patches and wild grasses they love in winter all figure into the plan..
Don't under estimate the power of winding trails...they like the path of least resistance and doe travel these as well as buck...but buck will cross check them regularly in the rut. Water is very important as well...even a well placed stock tub near a plot can be a good thing or a winding trail from a water source to a food source will work well
Like I said glean out what you think will work for you....really get to know the deer in your area and the lands around you...I've said this before and will stick to my guns ...not all deer act the same way in all areas..Yes of course there are the basic drives ...but herd dynamics to local? ...I have personally seen big differences....I've judged this from here at home to 60 miles away at camp to the low lying valley farm lands not far away...you also need to consider your time and $$ constraints...me I'm cheap ...but have the time available
here are a couple of pics to show ex. ....Just enjoy the work and the fruits of your labor[;)]