ALFALFA / CLOVER mix (10 pounds, 1 acre)

 Perennial alfalfa and clovers are recommended for its palatability and high protein levels for all types of deer.  Our own custom mix of seeds are commonly used in deer plot mixes and for honey bee production. The best growth will occur on soils with a pH ranging from 6.0 to 6.5  If no soil test is available, add lime.  These alfalfa and clover seed grow in full sun to partial shade and reach 12-36 inches tall. The seeds in this mix are tested and packed for the current year, contains; Alfalfa, Medium Red Clover, Ladino Clover, and Alsike Clover. Pre-inoculated seed. 
Quick Stats
Name: custom Alfalfa/Clover
Planting density: 10 pounds/acre
Optimal soil pH: 6.0-6.5
Full grown size: 12-36 inches tall
tested for current year planting
Price: $48.99
SKU: alfalfa_clover_10lb

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