Classic Whitetail Clover- Perennial (Coated & Pre-Inoculated)

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Classic Whitetail consists of an excellent blend of clovers with large robust types of white clovers that ensure great establishment along with a good cold tolerance. The addition of red clover will create a fast spring green up assuring an early food source for wildlife. Classic Whitetail is great for an all season source of abundant forage with high protein providing energy for fast growth and fawn development. Performs great in low land, creek and river bottoms and is an ideal mix for poor drainage fields.


  • Frosty Berseem Clover
  • Jumbo Ladino Clover
  • Platinum Ladino Clover
  • Patriot White Clover


  • Quick germination
  • Fast growing high protein forage
  • Good cold tolerance
  • Ideal for poor drainage
  • Yearly spring green up
  • Soil Types: Loams and clays, firm seed bed with pH of 6 -7.5
  • Maintenance: Low maintenance
  • Seeding Rate: New: 18-20 Lbs. per Acre
  • Frost Seeding: 10-12 Lbs. per Acre
  • Planting Date: Spring, Fall, Frost Seed
  • Planting Depth: ¼ to ½ inch

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  • 5
    Great clover mix

    Posted by Nate on Oct 21st 2018

    I didn't get to plant this mix until the fall because time got away from me in the spring. I planted the Saturday after Labor day and it was a bit wet to begin with but then got some warm days and couldn't be more pleased with the results because it has germinated and grown really well in the short period of time and is really thick and the deer are hitting it already. Very pleased with the seed and the results so far

  • 5
    Great clover mix!

    Posted by Unknown on Aug 18th 2018

    I planted this mix in August 2017. I was skeptical because the spot I planted was extremely rocky. I put pellet lime, and 0-25-25 fertilizer at 300 lb per acre according to soil test.By November 2017 I had a beautiful stand of clover and deer were feeding heavy on it. This clover plot is now knee high now in August 2018.Mowed it once to suppress weeds. I chose to plant this in another spot this year.