Ladino Clover, Legumes

Winter Cover Crops

Ladino Clover, Legumes

Winter Cover Crops

The Ladino Clover is the most popular white clover in the USA as it is two to four times as large as the common white clover! This clover has a high nutritive value and is palatability, making it a popular choice in pasture mixtures. It is not deep rooted, and will not tolerate much drought. Ryegrass and orchardgrass work well with ladino clover in mixtures. Broadcast at 25 lbs. per acre. Uses: Bees & Beneficial Insects, Chicken Forage, Compaction Control, Deer Attractant, Erosion Control, Forage, Green Manure, Nitrogen Fixation, No Till, Weed Suppression
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Product Details

Sub Type

Clover

Botanical Name

Trifolium repens

Seed Type

Seed

Seeds Per Gram

1482

Seeds Per Pound

664,000

Best Time To Sow

March-October

Broadcast Rate Per Acre

5-15 lbs.

Seeds Per Ounce

41500

Breed

Open-pollinated

Life Cycle

Perennial

Categories

Cover Crop

Days To Maturity (# Days)

60-70

Weight

1

Depth

1

Height

9

Width

6

Growing Instructions

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