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White Clover

White Clover is a short-growing, nitrogen-fixing perennial used in pastures, lawns, and deer plots. White Clover is used in high traffic areas to minimize soil compaction. Once established, it grows rapidly and spreads via above-ground stems or stolons. White Clover works well when frost seeded into existing pastures in the spring. Grows 3 to 6 inches in height. May cause bloating in pastures at a high percentage period.

Characteristics

Persistence
MEDIUM / HIGH
Flooding Tolerance
MEDIUM
Drought Tolerance
LOW
Winter Hardiness
HIGH
Palatability
HIGH
Yield Potential
LOW
Grazing Tolerance
HIGH
Suitable Soil Types
Sand | Loam | Clay (bar goes fully through Sand, Loam and Clay)
Planting Depth
1/4 Inch
Cutting Height
2 Inches
Seeds Per lb
750000
PH. Level
5.5 - 7

Apollo White Clover

  • Winter-hardy variety
  • Low growing
  • More drought tolerant
  • Used in pasture

White (Dutch) Clover

  • Economically priced
  • Competes against weeds
  • Low growing type
  • Oregon grown