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 depth: Seeding depth: 1/4-1/2"
- Longevity: Perennial
- Seed Count: 756,000 seeds per pound.
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