Balansa Clover

Balansa clover is a cool-season annual legume that can grow over a wide range of soils. As with most legumes fall growth is slow but once dormancy breaks in the spring Balansa clover can grow up to 10 feet in length. Flowering of Balansa clover will occur about 2 weeks later than crimson clover, making balansa an excellent addition to a pollinator mix. Balansa clover is typically hard seeded meaning 1/3 – 1/2 of the seeds may germinate over several years, this could be an advantage to anyone wanting to retain the annual species in a pasture or food plot.

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Key Benefits

  • Attracts Pollinators

  • Nitrogen Production

  • Hard-Seeded

  • Tolerates Wet Soils

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    Technical Information

    Erosion Control
    Forage Quality
    Nutrient Scavenging
    Quick Growth
    Soil Building
    Weed Suppression
    Winter Hardiness
    Nitrogen Produced 50 – 200 LBS/AC
    Seeding Rate LBS/AC Drilled: 5
    Broadcast: 8
    Aerial: 8
    Seeding Depth ⅛ – ¼”
    Minimum Germination Temperature 42° F
    Interseed Late
    Seeds/LB 500,000

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    Technical Information

    Erosion Control
    Forage Quality
    Nutrient Scavenging
    Quick Growth
    Soil Building
    Weed Suppression
    Winter Hardiness
    Nitrogen Produced 50 – 200 LBS/AC
    Seeding Rate

    LBS/A

    Drilled: 5
    Broadcast: 8
    Aerial: 8
    Seeding Depth ⅛ – ¼”
    Min. Germ. F° 42° F
    Interseed Late
    Seeds/LB 500,000