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Clover Treat Food Plot Seed
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7.5 Lb Jug - $35.95
20 Lb Bag - $84.95
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There is both red and white clover seed in this blend. Clover is tolerant to low PH soils which makes it adaptable to many soil types.
  • Our Clover Treat Blend has 5 different types of clover. Medium red, alsike, yellow blossom sweet clover, and ladino.
  • Deer will enjoy it for years and all these clovers are perennials.
  • Seeding Rate: Broadcast -> 20-25 lbs/acre. Drilled -> 15-18 lbs/acre.
  • Germination Rate: 10-14 Days.
  • Planting Schedule: April through June or August.
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Ladino White Clover Food Plot Seed
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3 Lb - $18.99
15 Lb - $89.95
50 Lb - $225.00
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Ladino white clovers are larger leafed, later blooming and more upright growing than either small or intermediate white clover types. Under optimal fertility and management, ladino white clovers are more productive than other white clover types. However, Ladino clovers are not dependable reseeders and have fewer stolons and leaves close to ground level. Because of these reasons, ladino clovers have lower grazing persistence. Intermediate clovers are exactly as their name implies: intermediate. Flowering period and leaf size fall between small and large-type white clovers. Intermediate types typically reseed more dependably than ladinos, possess many stolons and leaves at ground level, and produce more forage than small types. Because of these traits, intermediate types of white clover persist well in grazing situations.
  • In mixes -> 1-3 lbs/acre.
  • Seeding depth: 1/4-1/2"
  • Longevity: Perennial.
  • Seeding Rate: Broadcasted -> 20-25 lbs/acre. Drilled -> 15-18 lbs/acre.
  • Seed Count: 800,000 seeds per pound.
White Dutch Clover Food Plot Seed
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3 Lb - $18.99
15 Lb - $89.95
50 Lb - $225.00
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Grows about four to eight inches high. Spreads to fill in empty spaces. Tolerates dog urine. Provides nitrogen (up to 2 pounds of n/1000 square feet) for the other grasses in the lawn, eliminating the need to fertilize. Looks good especially if it is blended evenly throughout the lawn. If you are putting in a new lawn, add clover at a rate of two to four pounds/acre (0.7 to 1.4 ounces per 1,000 square feet) to your seed mix and stir it up well. A little goes a long way.
  • Stays green through droughty periods of summer.
  • Low growing and green through the summer droughty period, it provides nitrogen for the grasses in the lawn.
  • Tolerates low mowing well.
  • Seeding Rate: Broadcasted -> 20-25 lbs/acre. Drilled -> 15-18 lbs/acre.
  • Seeding depth: 1/4-1/2"
  • Longevity: Perennial
  • Seed Count: 800,000 per pound.
Medium Red Clover Food Plot Seed
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3 Lb - $14.99
15 Lb - $64.95
50 Lb - $149.00
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Red clover is the most widely grown of the true clovers. The plant is an herbaceous perennial with a number of leafy stems rising from a crown. Stems reach 2 to 3 feet under favorable conditions. The plants are highly nutritious and palatable both as pasture and hay. Acreage in red clover in the United States is estimated at 8 to 10 million.
  • Superior ware tolerance and very high recuperative ability.
  • Grows under a wide variety of soil conditions from full sun to light shade.
  • Grows best between soil PH 6.0-7.0.
  • Good winter hardiness with fair drought tolerance.
  • Is a cool season legume.
  • inoculated seed
  • Germinates in 6-7 days in 60 degree soil temps.
  • Seeding Rate: Broadcasted -> 20-25 lbs/acre. Drilled -> 15-18 lbs/acre.
  • Seeding depth: Seeding depth: 1/4-1/2"
  • Longevity: Perennial
  • Seed Count: 756,000 seeds per pound.
Crimson Clover Food Plot Seed
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3 Lbs - $10.99
25 Lbs - $89.95
50 Lbs - $149.95
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In mild winter climates growth continues in winter, followed in early spring by the development of leafy flower stalks. Leaves are trifoliate with leaflets narrow at the base and broad at the terminals. Both leaves and stems are hairy. The flower heads are elongated and pointed, bright crimson in color, and contatin up to more than 100 florets. Crimson clover is excellent for winter and spring grazing in mild winter areas. It also yields good bay crops.
  • Both as pasture and hay it is highly nutritious and palatable.
  • Grows to 6-12 inches.
  • Seeding Rate: Broadcasted -> 20-25 lbs/acre. Drilled -> 15-18 lbs/acre.
  • Seeding Depth: 1/8" deep in fine texture seedbed.
  • Longevity: Annual.
  • Seed Count: 145,000 per pound.
Alsike Clover Food Plot Seed
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3 Lb - $11.99
50 Lb - $189.00
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Its special merit is its adaptation to wet soils, even tolerating some flooding. It is more tolerant to both acid and alkaline soils than other clovers. The stems are quite slender, up to 3 feet long, and tend to be prostrate except in dense stands. The trifoliate leaves are long stemmed with obovate leaflets. Flower heads are not at the terminal of the main stem but are at the terminals of branch stems.
  • White or pink in color. Both stems and leaves are smooth.
  • Valuable both for pasture and hay on soils too wet or too acid for other clovers.
  • Seeding Rate: Broadcasted -> 20-25 lbs/acre. Drilled -> 15-18 lbs/acre.
  • Seeding Depth: 1/4"-1/2" deep in well prepared seedbed.
  • Longevity: Perennial.
  • Seed Count: 1.9 million individual seeds.
Yellow Blossom Clover
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3 Lb - $9.99
50 Lb - $149.99
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A biennal that is very easy to establish. An extremely popuplar clover for bee keepers. Yellow Blossom Sweet Clover can be grown in a wide variety of soils that range from droughty to semi-saturated. Yellow Blossom Sweet Clover has a very deep root system that will bring insoluble nutrients such as potassium and phosphorous to the soil surface.
  • Prefers soils with a pH of 6.5 or higher for proper rhizobia nodulation
  • Can build as much as 100 pounds per acre of Nitrogen
  • Can grow as tall as 4-6 feet tall in its second year
  • Typically germinates within 7-14 days
  • Seeding Depth: 1/4"-1/2"
  • Longevity: Perennial
  • Seeding Rate: 12-16 lbs/acre when seeded alone and 2-6 lbs/acre in mixes
Berseem Clover Food Plot Seed
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$9.99 - 3Lb
$119.00 - 50Lb
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A fast growing and quick recovery clover. Can be used as a cover crop or food plot. As a cover crop, has excellent biomass, can fix nitrogen and use as green manure. DO NOT FROST SEED.
  • Can thrive in wet conditions, but does not tolerate drought well.
  • Seeding depth: 1/4-1/2"
  • Longevity: Annual in the Midwest.
  • Seeding Rate: Broadcasted -> 20-25 lbs/acre. Drilled -> 15-18 lbs/acre. In mixes -> 8-12 lbs/acre.
  • Seed Count: 200,000 seeds per pound.