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  • Sweet Clover (Hubam White) - OMRI Inoculated Sweet Clover (Hubam White) - OMRI Inoculated

    Sweet Clover (Hubam White) - OMRI Inoculated

    Hubam White Sweet Clover can produce up to 9,000 lbs dry matter per acre over a summer after being oversown into a grain crop or direct seeded with a spring grain nurse crop. While its taproot is shorter and more slender than that of its biennial cousins, it still loosens subsoil compaction. Annual sweetclovers work best in the Deep South, from Texas to Georgia as they are not frost tolerant. There, they establish more quickly than the biennial types and produce more biomass in the seeding year in southern regions.

    from $3.80 per lb

  • Balansa Clover (Fixation)- OMRI Inoculated

    Balansa Clover (Fixation)- OMRI Inoculated

    FIXation balansa clover is the most cold-tolerant annual clover, surviving temperatures as low as -14. Where it does overwinter, FIXation is capable of growing over 200 lbs of nitrogen biomass and it even has a hollow stem making it an option for roller crimping. This can also be used for a high yielding, high protein feed before transitioning to the next summer crop. To have the best chance at winter survivability, plant earlier than other overwintering species. For more information on FIXation balansa clover visit https://fixationclover.com.

    from $2.85 per lb

  • Crimson Clover (Kentucky Pride) - OMRI Inoculated Crimson Clover (Kentucky Pride) - OMRI Inoculated

    Crimson Clover (Kentucky Pride) - OMRI Inoculated

    Kentucky Pride is an improved variety of crimson clover selected for more cold tolerance and more production (taller, deeper roots, more basal leaves and more tillering) than varieties like Dixie. Kentucky Pride crimson clover is a very fast establishing clover.

    from $2.40 per lb

  • Berseem Clover (Balady) - OMRI Inoculated

    Berseem Clover (Balady) - OMRI Inoculated

    Berseem clover produces a non-bloating, high quality forage, that's more palatable than alfalfa. Berseem forage has been observed to maintain a CP content of 28-30% throughout harvesting regiments, which is slightly higher than crimson clover or alfalfa. Berseem clover has low water requirements and can provide strong biomass recovery after being mowed. A rapidly, consistent stand can be achieved because germination can occur in just 7 days and minimal hard seed counts. This clover produces flowers which are self-sterile so reseeding is not a concern. These flowers do provide a great pollen source, which is highly sought after by honeybees. Berseem can be controlled easily with glyphosate or when planted in colder regions will winterkill. With good shade tolerance, this species can be utilized for interseeding into crop systems or forage mixtures.

    from $2.30 per lb

  • Berseem Clover (Frosty) - OMRI Inoculated Berseem Clover (Frosty) - OMRI Inoculated

    Berseem Clover (Frosty) - OMRI Inoculated

    Out of stock

    Berseem clover is a Mediterranean type that is salt tolerant, nitrogen fixing, and does well on light textured, sandy soils. Compared to other varieties of berseem clover, Frosty is later maturing, more cold tolerant, more productive, and has greater nutritional value. Frosty berseem clover can be overseeded into thinning stands of alfalfa as it looks very similar (before it blooms white) and it has excellent regrowth after cutting. For more information on Frosty berseem clover visit https://frostyclover.com.

    Out of stock

    from $3.80 per lb

  • Alsike Clover - OMRI Inoculated

    Alsike Clover - OMRI Inoculated

    Alsike clover is a perennial that thrives in low lying ground. For pastures or meadows with poor drainage and occasional water logging, this would be the first clover to try. Growing 2-4 feet tall with pink flowers, this adds a pollinator attracting and nitrogen fixing species to perennial pasture mixes. It should be considered that alsike clover can be toxic to horses.

    from $4.00 per lb

  • Sweet Clover (Yellow Blossom) - OMRI Inoculated Sweet Clover (Yellow Blossom) - OMRI Inoculated

    Sweet Clover (Yellow Blossom) - OMRI Inoculated

    Yellow blossom sweetclover is not a true clover but is probably more closely related to alfalfa. Sweetclover leaves look much like alfalfa, but the margins of alfalfa leaflets are serrated only on the tips. Sweetclover leaflets are serrated around their entire margin. It is typically a biennial, grows 2-6 feet high, and as the name implies, produces yellow flowers. When compared to the white flowering types of sweetclover, yellow blossom blooms roughly 2 weeks earlier and also matures earlier, usually grows less upright, possesses finer stems, and is less productive and less winter-hardy. However, yellow blossom sweetclover persists better in pastures and tolerate adverse conditions better than white varieties. In temperate climates with mild summers it can survive and thrive through a second year of production. Yellow blossom sweetclover adds lots of nitrogen and organic matter to a system.

    from $3.70 per lb

  • Arrowleaf Clover (Blackhawk) - OMRI Coated

    Arrowleaf Clover (Blackhawk) - OMRI Coated

    Arrowleaf clover is a cool season, reseeding annual legume. It is a multiple purpose plant material that can be used for grazing, hay production, a wildlife food source, soil improvement and a winter cover crop. Forage quality is high with digestibility generally superior to crimson clover at all stages of maturity. Deer and turkey readily feed on Arrowleaf clover.

    from $2.55 per lb

  • White Clover (Stamina Ladino) - OMRI Inoculated White Clover (Stamina Ladino) - OMRI Inoculated

    White Clover (Stamina Ladino) - OMRI Inoculated

    White Clover is an excellent choice for a perennial clover. The Stamina variety was developed to be more heat and drought tolerant than most other white clovers. Being a legume this plant can cause bloat, but rarely when it is in a mix with grasses. White clover is also a great choice for areas that have saturated soils.

    from $6.00 per lb

  • Red Clover (Solid Medium) - OMRI Inoculated Red Clover (Solid Medium) - OMRI Inoculated

    Red Clover (Solid Medium) - OMRI Inoculated

    With similar forage yields, crude protein and better digestibility when compared to alfalfa, red clover can be an excellent forage alternative to add to your operation. You can harvest your first cutting 60-70 days after a spring seeding and on every 30-35 day intervals after initial harvest. With its vigorous spring growth, this clover has the capability of suppressing weeds. Red clover is less invasive than white clover because of its shorter life span and the lack of rhizome or stolon rooting structures. It's deep taproot can extend up to 3ft into the soil profile and finer rooting structure in the top 5" can really aid in breaking up compacted soils. Red clover flowers are known to attract many pollinator and benefical insect species. If P leaching is a concern, red clover has been observed to leach only 1/3-1/5 the amount of P as ryegrass or radishes.

    from $3.85 per lb

  • Persian Clover (eNhance) - OMRI Inoculated Persian Clover (eNhance) - OMRI Inoculated

    Persian Clover (eNhance) - OMRI Inoculated

    Every aspect of this plant supports its reputation for excellent forage quality. Mature stems are soft, hollow and have thin structural plant cell walls, leading it to be more digestible than red clover or alfalfa. Some common forage tests boast CP 16-21% and IVDMD 63-78%. Not to mention, studies have show persian clover to be more palatable than rape, alfalfa, fescue or perennial ryegrass. High productivity during March- April, provides excellent regrowth potential following grazing or the ability to support two spring hay cuttings. Given the right circumstances, one could expect persian clover to naturally reseed and be redistributed by wind/water via its very mobile, light weight, seed pods. Spring flowers are known to also attract flower flies, which larva are a leading predator of aphids. Learn more about eNhance Persian Clover here. 

    from $3.55 per lb

  • Red Clover (Blaze) - OMRI Inoculated Red Clover (Blaze) - OMRI Inoculated

    Red Clover (Blaze) - OMRI Inoculated

    With similar forage yields, crude protein and better digestibility when compared to alfalfa, red clover can be an excellent forage alternative to add to your operation. You can harvest your first cutting 60-70 days after a spring seeding and on every 30-35 day intervals after initial harvest. With its vigorous spring growth, this clover has the capability of suppressing weeds. Red clover is less invasive than white clover because of its shorter life span and the lack of rhizome or stolon rooting structures. It's deep taproot can extend up to 3ft into the soil profile and finer rooting structure in the top 5" can really aid in breaking up compacted soils. Red clover flowers are known to attract many pollinator and benefical insect species. If P leaching is a concern, red clover has been observed to leach only 1/3-1/5 the amount of P as ryegrass or radishes. Learn more about Blaze Red Clover here. 

    from $4.30 per lb

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