Tips & Tricks

Use Clover as Cover Crop

If you're looking for a cover crop to put down, frost-feeding clover is a great option. When the ground freezes in the winter, the soil surface has a honeycomb pattern after it thaws. The openings in the soil make it an ideal time for seed-to-soil contact. Clover adds nitrogen to the soil and keeps it loose for future plantings. Plus, it grows in the cold and withstands the freezing temperatures. The best time to put down clover is from late January through early March.

Stop by your nearby Farmers' Association we have:
Rack Master Durana White Clove Seed and Yuchi ArrowLeaf Clover Seed