LA S1 White Clover Seeds (Louisiana S1)
Plant 3-10 lbs. per acre
Excellent Nitrogen Source
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Establishment: Late maturing with high reseeding potential. It is usually a long-lived perennial in the northern part of the state and short-lived perennial (annual) in the southern part of the state.
White clover may be seeded directly into a prepared seedbed or seeded directly into an established grass sod. In mixtures, plant at a rate of 2 to 3 lb/ac of white clover seed and 4 to 10 lb/ac when planting alone at 1/4 to 1/2-inch depth.
White clover should be planted between September and October. It can be overseeded in pastures between November and December or February and March. White clover prefers loam and clay-loam soils, but it is well adapted to wet clay bottom soils.
Grows well in other cool-season perennial grasses (tall fescue/orchardgrass) and dallisgrass. Not recommended in a mixture for bermudagrass or bahiagrass.
White clover is susceptible to sclerotinia, crown and stem rot, rhizoctonia, and fusarium root rot. Nematodes could be a problem. Most affected by root-knot nematodes, but also susceptible to stem nematode, and clover cyst nematode.
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