Alice White Clover is a long-lived perennial, a tall, large leafed clover, very high in protein, vitamins, and minerals developed for exceptional yields of palatable, high quality forage. It’s vigorous spring and summer growth makes it a good choice for food plots. Alice has a greater stolon density than most other ladino types, allowing for better persistence under intensive, continuous grazing. White Clover will not lignify in hot weather like alfalfa, red clover, and most other forages. Ladinos can be broadcasted, frost seeded, or drilled into soil. White clover will thrive on soils with a pH is 5.5 or higher. Because of its shallow root system, it is not adapted to shallow, droughty soils.
- 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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The farm used Alice as an over seed in pastured upland soils. Out preformed both red and ladono clovers. Growing in thicker and taller in a sheep mob grazing rotation. I am buying it again.