Ladino Clover (Order by the pound)

 Ladino Clover is one of the larger white clovers recommended for its palatability and high protein levels for white tail deer and is a seed commonly used in deer plot mixes. Ladino Clover is a spreading perennial that has poor drought tolerance. The flowers are large( ~1inch) and white, sometimes pink tinted. Best growth will occur on soils with a pH ranging from 6.0 to 6.5   This clover grows in full sun to partial shade, grows 12-14 inches tall. This Ladino Clover is tested and packed for 2010, Approximately 800,000 seeds per pound, plant at approximately 8 lbs per acre.

 

Quick Stats

Name: White Ladino Clove

Planting density: 8lbs/acre

Seed volume: Approximately 800,000 seeds per pound

Optimal soil pH: 6.0-6.5

Full grown size: 12-14 inches tall

Notes:Flowers white/pink tinted, tested for current year planting

 

Price: $5.49
$5.49
SKU: Ladino_clover_pound

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