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Clovers, Alfalfa, & Chicory - 1/2 Acre

Clovers, Alfalfa, & Chicory - 1/2 Acre

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Clover, Alfalfa & Chicory Food Plot Mix - 1/2 Acre Bag. Perennial blend of red & white clovers, alfalfa, and chicory for maximum nutrition. Fast growing and long lasting. This will be the first thing the deer will hit in early spring and will last through hunting season. Can be frost seeded.

Seeding Depth: 1/4 - 1/2 inch.
Seeding Rate: 6-8 lb/ac
Seeding Date: frost, spring or fall.
Size: 3 lbs (will seed approximately 1/2 acre).

33% Medium Red Clover, 33% Alfalfa, 17% Ladino White Clover, & 17% Chicory.

Soil test for best lime and fertilizer recommendations. If no soil test available, apply 0-30-30 (N-P2O5-K20) at planting.

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Customer Reviews

Based on 7 reviews
steven ferguson
Great product

Awesome purchase, already growing

Deer love them

We planted for our deer just to have them look at we enjoy watching the deer as they Grace on this, I would recommend this to anyone

Daniel fisher
Grows fast and strong!

I literally used a quarter of a cup worth of seeds on an empty patch of dirt bro see what the results would be and how strong they grow in this NY soil.
Absolutely fantastic, no till, no fertilizer, just shook the seeds over the dirt at night and a week later this is what I got.

Quick germiantion

Quick germination. Keep in mind from photo this is just one week after broadcasting and a photo of alfalfa (my plot is a mix of various greens). If you’re trying alfalfa (which is hard to grow) you need a PH of 7… no matter where you live just spread lime every spring and fall. My method is to disc, wait a week, disc again then spray anything green with roundup, then broadcast seed without packing the soil. I don’t pack the soil because the seed is so small the rain will work it in the loose soil, it only needs 1/4” depth. Once it emerges well you can fertilize with something that won’t burn it up…but don’t fertilize in the spring as it will encourage weed growth. If you do the above you will have a nice feed patch.
Good luck!

Ol' Freedin
Stuff did well

I eliminated the grass and weeds with glyphosate before spreading this stuff in early spring. I over seeded because I was not discing the seed in. Also hit it with a couple hundred pounds of fertilizer after spreading.