-Ladino White Clover is a tall, white flowering clover that is one of the most widely planted pasture legumes in the United States.
-Ladino is a highly palatable and very nutritious forage for all classes of livestock.
-It is best planted with forage grasses such as orchard grass, tall fescue, or perennial ryegrass because its growth can become very aggressive and may increase the risk of bloat.
-Ladino is also a major component of many deer and wildlife food plot mixtures.
Seeding Depth:1/8-1/4 inch
Sun Requirement: full sun, part sun/shade
Life Cycle: Perennial
Primary Uses: hay, silage, pasture, cover crop, wildlife, pollinator friendly
Supported Species: cattle, horses, poultry, sheep, goats, deer, bee/pollinator