AberLasting Clover is a long-lived hybrid perennial that was developed by crossing Caucasian clover with White clover, making it very persistent and drought tolerant. It is nitrogen fixing, fast growing, high in protein and highly digestible. With stolons above ground and rhizomes below, making a faster recovery from heavy grazing. AberLasting is able to maintain its leaf water content for far longer than conventional white clover, and has also shown excellent tolerance of cold temperatures and freezing and has great tolerance to clover root weevil. Can be broadcasted, frost seeded, or drilled into soil. Will thrive on soils with a pH is 5.5 or higher and performs well in a low light areas.
- Soil Types: Wide variety of soils
- Seeding Rate: 8-12 lbs. per acre
- Planting Depth: ¼ inch
- Planting Date: Spring and Fall
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Frost seeded this on some old log roads through the woods. Surprisingly grew great. Was very pleased. Had plenty of trail cam pics of the deer grazing on it as they walked the roads
Planted this fall on a field that was burned off and not well prepared. Excellent spreader and would probably also do well frost seeding