White Clover

White clover is the backbone legume of grazing systems, and it can be mixed with other species in high moisture hay systems. It spreads by rhizomes, which are root shoots that run below the soil surface and send up new plant shoots. The quality of white clover is very high. It will not lignify in hot weather like alfalfa, red clover and grasses. Like other legumes, white clover fixes its own nitrogen and will help supply nitrogen to other plants. White clover thrives under warm, moist conditions. Droughts, however, can be hard on white clover stands.
White clover seeding rate: 2-4 lbs/A.
If seed is not coated, must be inoculated with N-Dure or Prevail Inoculant for Clover.

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