Legume cover crop seed is your main Nitrogen scavenger. Understanding the best time to use legumes in your cover crop rotation is crucial. View our extensive option of legumes below.

  • Hairy Vetch

    Hairy Vetch

    An excellent legume when trying to build nitrogen as well as biomass. Great for weed suppression and as a soil conditioner.   Cool season legume Earn up to 100 lbs/acre of nitrogen Seed at 15-20 lbs/acre

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  • Crimson Clover

    Crimson Clover

    This annual summer clover provides rapid robust growth along with approximately 50-60 lbs/acre of nitrogen per acre by mid-November.  Crimson clover is a winter annual and will commonly over-winter except for in the Upper-Midwest.  Being a...

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  • Berseem Clover

    Berseem Clover

    Berseem clover is recognized by many as the “King of Cover Crops.” Berseem clover produce as much as 3 ton/acre of biomass and as much as 200# of nitrogen/acre. Cool season legume Unmatched biomass to nitrogen fixing yields A non-bloating clover Seed at...

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  • Sunn Hemp

    Sunn Hemp

    A tropical legume,sunn hemp can produce more than 5,000 lb. dry matter/A and 120 lb. N/A. Sunn hemp is not winter hardy and a hard freeze easily kills it Sow sunn hemp a minimum of nine weeks before the average date of the first fall freeze. It can fill...

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  • Balansa Clover

    Balansa Clover

    A cool-season, annual legume Balansa Clover is the most versatile of any annual clover. Tolerates wide range of soil types Quick to germinate Massive taproot Can grow up to 3 ft tall with stems as long as 10 ft Capable of creating 100 lbs of nitrogen an...

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  • Cow Peas

    Cow Peas

    A warm season legume, builds N Good weed-smothering capabilities Attracts beneficial insects (ie honeybees) A good protein source if used for feed Seed at 30-90 lbs/acre

  • Yellow Blossom Sweet Clover

    Yellow Blossom Sweet Clover

    Biennial legume. Produces abundant biomass. Biennial legume Produces abundant biomass The most drought tolerant of forage legumes Best at extracting potassium, phosphorus and other soil nutrients Deep root growth in 2nd year of crop Works well with oats...

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  • Mammoth Red Clover

    Mammoth Red Clover

    Best suited for plowdown situations or emergency silage. Can produce as much N as medium red clover. Single cut clover is susceptible to winterkill Produces significant biomass Inoculated with Nitragen Gold

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  • Frosty Berseem Clover

    Frosty Berseem Clover

    Frosty berseem clover is much more frost tolerant than regular berseem clover, allowing more green later into the fall.  Quickly produces significant forage Cool season, annual legume Protein levels of 20 to 30 percent Can thrive in wet conditions,...