Kentucky Pride Crimson Clover is proven to have superior cold-tolerance when compared to other clovers. It features more basal leaves and tillers and allows it to withstand heavier grazing than other cultivars. With roots delving down beyond 30 inches, firmly keeps valuable top soil in place and is capable of breaking down hard pans in the soil. It is an excellent re-seeder, and a good suppressant for weeds. Kentucky Pride deserves a spot in your food plot mixes. Highly nutritious forage for wildlife, later in maturity than other varieties, Kentucky Pride delivers superior nutrition in the early Spring and has also shown to create as much as 100 lbs./A. of nitrogen.
- Soil Types: Heavier, well-drained
- Seeding Rate: 15-20 lbs. per acre
- Planting Depth: ¼ inch
- Planting Date: Spring and Fall