Kobe and Korean lespedeza are both annual, warm season legumes. They are fine-stemmed, leafy, with a shallow taproot system. Lespedeza seed varieties are great for summer food plots, erosion control and are commonly interseeded in pastures for added nutrition. It is drought resistant, but not well adapted to poorly drained soils.
- Warm season legume
- Can be used for pasture, hay, and soil stabilization
- valuable for livestock and wildlife
- Great for summer food plots
- Commonly interseeded in pastures for added nutrition
- Disease Resistance: Very good
- Seeding Rate: 25-30 LBS./Acre
- Planting Season: March - May
- Plant Depth: 1/2" – 1 1/2"