Group: Clover

Hubam White Sweet Clover

Hubam sweet clover is an annual cool season legume and a phenomenal attractant for pollinators and beneficial insects. The sweet smelling white flower of hubam is very attractive to insects, especially honeybees. Hubam is one of the most heat tolerant of all clovers and grows well through the summer, providing a deep taproot and considerable […] Read more…

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Renovation

Renovation was bred for maximum stolon density, longer life, and greater animal performance. Renovation is ideal for livestock pastures, wildlife food plots, fescue toxicosis mitigation, slope stabilization, and perennial ground cover. Read more…

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Ladino

Ladino clover is especially responsive to cool, moist conditions. It also responds to irrigation about as much as any other legume. Because of its shallow root system, it is not adapted to shallow, droughty soils. It is widely used for forage, especially in pasture. It is high in protein digestibility, a heavy nitrogen fixer, easy […] Read more…

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Yuchi Arrowleaf

Yuchi Arrowleaf Clover is about the best-looking clover that you can get, while still fulfilling all the needs of your cattle or game targets. The Yuchi Arrowleaf variety blooms with pink, white and purple flowers. Has a heavy reseeding tendency, which makes it a worthwhile addition to your property. Read more…

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Medium Red

Early flowering clover. Commonly used for hay, grazing, weed suppression, and soil building. Medium red clover’s extensive root system and deep tap root can penetrate multiple feet, providing access to nutrients and moisture over other more shallow-rooted clovers. Read more…

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Crimson

Crimson clovers are easy to distinguish and beautiful to behold. Crimson’s large seed is responsible for its ability to easily establish in most seedbed conditions including simple broadcasting in untilled areas. Widely used as a cover crop and as forage. Nitrogen producer. Read more…

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