Ladino Clover is a perennial legume that originated in Europe and has become one of the most widely distributed legumes in the world. ‘Ladino’ grows tall enough to be harvested for hay, silage, and green chop. Late maturing with high reseeding potential. White clover prefers loam and clay-loam soils, but it is well adapted to wet clay bottom soils. Excellent forage quality; high protein and digestibility. White clover has medium to high bloat potential when grown alone. It is usually recommended as a mixture with one or more grasses for pasture.
- high protein and digestibility
- Grows well in other cool-season perennial grasses
- Used as a ground cover, cover crop, and erosion control
- Grows vigorously even on poor soil
- Disease Resistance: Very good
- Seeding Rate: 8-10 LBS./Acre
- Planting Season: Spring - Fall
- Plant Depth: 1/2"