Frost Seed Broadcast

Frost Seed Broadcast

Regular price$60.50

Seeding Rate: 20 lbs/acre

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Do you want your plots producing high-quality forage during the first of spring green up?  If so, then the Frost Seed Broadcast blend is for you. This blend consists of cold-hardy clover seed that doesn’t require much moisture to germinate. The result? A great clover plot for the spring.

This product is pre-inoculated with the Green Boost Biology Package, so you can reduce your fertilizer usage. Green Boost includes:

  • Elevate Ag's HyprGerm biological stimulant applied right on the seed. HyprGerm contains nutrients, hormones and enzymes from kelp extract, worm castings, chitosan, and humic acid for increased seed germination, plant vigor, root growth and soil biological stimulation. 
  • MycoGreen NPK, a dual inoculant containing ten functionally diverse mycorrhizal fungi and eight bacterial species.
  • Rhizo-Fixer Plus Inoculant contains multiple families of nitrogen-fixing rhizobia bacteria plus Azospirillum Brasiliense (free living N fixer) and two phosphorus-solubilizing bacteria, Pantoea Eucalypti and Pseudomonas Baetica.

Please note, Rhizo-Fixer Plus Inoculant remains viable on the seed for 60-90 days. If you are not planning to plant within a 90-day window, we recommend ordering Micro Noc Inoculant and applying on the seed when you plant.

How much Micro Noc should I order?

   4 oz  packet  100 lbs 
16 oz packet 400 lbs
5 lbs bucket 2,000 lbs
10 lbs bucket 4,000 lbs

Healthier and more vigorous plants will lead to healthier animals and bigger antlers!


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Planting Instructions

Frost Seed Release is an ideal blend to be used with the frost seeding technique. The best results will occur when planted in an area with no or limited competition. Broadcasting is recommended. Otherwise, drill at 1/2” depth.

This online tool shows soil temperature for your area. Read this article for more info: When Can I Start Planting?


Plant Frost Seed Release just before the last snow or the last few frosts of the season prior to spring green up. It’s better to plant a bit early than late as melting snow and/or thawing frost are key to ensuring the seeds get through last year's thatch to make great contact with the soil.

Seeding Rate

Plant 20 pounds per acre when seeding with a no-till drill or other planting implement.

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