Red Clover

Red Clover

Red Clover is a short-lived biennial clover that is very winter hardy and will work well interseeded into wheat or other cereals in the spring, a few months before harvest. Part of the Red Clover protein is a bypass protein allowing it to make an excellent livestock feed. While being both heat and shade tolerant, Red Clover can fix nitrogen and can produce upwards of 100 lbs/ac of nitrogen under optimal conditions.

Key Benefits

  • Spring Interseeding

  • Winter Hardy

  • Heat and Shade Tolerant

Technical Information

Erosion Control
Forage Quality
Nitrogen Source
Nutrient Scavenging
Quick Growth
Soil Building
Weed Suppression
Winter Hardiness
Seeding Rate LBS/A Drilled: 8 – 10
Broadcast: 9 – 11
Aerial: 10 – 12
Seeding Depth 0.25″ – 0.5″
Minimum Germination Temperature 41° F
Interseed Yes
Seeds/LB 272,000

Technical Information

Erosion Control
Forage Quality
Nitrogen Source
Nutrient Scavenging
Quick Growth
Soil Building
Weed Suppression
Winter Hardiness
Seeding Rate

LBS/A

Drilled: 8 – 10
Broadcast: 9 – 11
Aerial: 10 – 12
Seeding Depth 0.25″ – 0.5″
Min. Germ. F° 41° F
Interseed Yes
Seeds/LB 272,000