-Medium red clover is a popular legume crop grown for forage, cover cropping, and wildlife food plot plantings.
-This species is grown as short-lived perennial (3-5 years) in the north and as a winter annual in the south.
-Medium red clover is sometimes referred to as a multi-cut clover because it can be cut once in its seeding year and twice in the following years due to its quick regrowth.
-Medium red clover can also be planted as a insectary crop to attract pollinators of all kinds.
Planting Rate: 10-12lbs/acre
Seeding Depth: 1/4-1/2 inch
Sun Requirement: full sun, part sun/shade
Life Cycle: Perennial
Primary Uses: hay, silage, pasture, cover crop, wildlife, pollinator friendly
Supported Species: cattle, deer, hogs, goats, poultry, sheep, bee/pollinator