Ladino Clover - # 11574 - Subject to ...

Ladino Clover - # 11574 - Subject to Change / See List

Ladino Clover is a perrenial and a great option for the Deep South. This white flowering clover has many applications such as Cattle Forage, Livestock Grazing, Food Plot, Cover Crop, Erosion Control, Ground Cover. Germination Time: 7 - 14 days, under optimal conditions. Height: 8 - 12 inches. Sunlight requirements are 4 - 6 hours per day. Especially responsive to cool, moist conditions due to shallow root system.  Starts growing early in the spring with excellent grazing tolerance High protein forage. In addition to regrowth from stolons, Ladino Clover is a good reseeding clover, and starts growing early in the spring. It has excellent grazing tolerance and contains no cyanide. It is great for cattle and horse pasture application. 

Possible Variety choices:

#81080 - Green Seed Ladino 5# Bag

#13353 - Imperial Whitetail 4#

#22006 - Durana 5#

Planting Date: Frost Seeding - February to March / Spring - April to May / Fall - September to November  

Planting Rate: 1/4 lbs per 1000 sq/ft for small area.

Broadcast Rate: 8 to 12 lbs per acre depending on the planting method used and environmental factors for livestock and wildlife needs. 

Coverage Depth: 1/4" Maximum

Days to maturity: : For maximum productivity and stand life in grazed pastures, use a rotational grazing system. Under continuous grazing, keep grass and/or weed height between 2” and 6” to help maintain the clover stand. Clip or harvest surplus forage in under-utilized pastures.