CLOVER / CHICORY mix (Order by the Pound)


 

Deerseeds.com Custom Clover/Chicory mix

 
Perennial clovers and chicory are recommended for their palatability and high protein levels for whitetail deer, turkey, rabbits, other wildlife and pets.  Clovers are commonly used in deer plot mixes and for honey bee production. Forage Feast Chicory makes a fine addition to any deer plot.
These plants are perennial and come back for years once established. The blue , red and white flowers attract bees, and if Chicory goes to seed it attracts a variety of wild birds. Chicory has a long tap root that helps it maintain it's vigor through drought periods when clovers are not at their best.
 
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.  Plant clovers and Chicory mix no more than 1/4" deep in a well prepared seed bed. This clover and chicory mix grows in full sun to partial shade, grows 12-36+ inches tall. 
The seeds in this mix are tested and packed for the current year, 
contains; 25% of each; Chicory, Medium Red Clover, White Ladino Clover, and Alsike Clover.
 
 
 
Quick Stats
 
Name:Deerseeds.com custom clover/Chicory mix
 
Planting density: approximately 8 lbs/acre
 
Optimal soil pH: 6.0-6.5
 
Full grown size: 12-36+ inches tall
 
 tested for current year planting
Price: $7.99
$7.99
SKU: clover/chicory_1lb

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