-Yellow Blossom Sweet Clover is a biennial legume clover crop.
-Yellow Blossom blooms a few weeks earlier than White Blossom and is a favorite for cover cropping.
-It produces a large amount of biomass and can generate quite a bit of nitrogen.
-With its long tap roots, it is also noted for scavenging excess nutrients in the soil and helping improve soil drainage.
-Yellow Blossom is also a favorite of honey bees, and is commonly planted as an insectary crop.
Planting Rate: 12-15lbs./acre
Seeding Depth: 1/4-1/2 inch
Sun Requirement: full sun, part sun/shade
Life Cycle: biennial
Primary Use: hay, silage, pasture, cover crop, wildlife, pollinator friendly, erosion control
Supported Species: cattle, deer, hogs, goats, poultry, upland game birds, bee/pollinator