CRIMSON RED DIXIE Faster Pasture CLOVER Seeds
Plant 25-35 lbs per acre.
50 Lb. bag
Shipping will apply.
Excellent Nitrogin Source
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NEW CRIMSON RED DIXIE CLOVER
25-35 LBS. PER ACRE for a pure field of clover, or 8-12 LBS. if OVER SEEDING PASTURE or MEADOWS
Try our Genetic Ryegrass/Clover/ mixture will give you nitrogen and soil building to help cut fertility cost.
GET A $.00 PER BAG DISCOUNT ON 10 PLUS BAGS OR MORE ORDERS, CUSTOMERS MAY MIX PRODUCTS FOR DISCOUNTSGeneral estimates of the amount of nitrogen fixed range just from Clover is 50 to 100 lb N/acre for annuals. With Regular Crimson Clovers from older stock seed plants having the lesser root mass, our studies are showing up to 100 pounds per acre
Austrian winter peas contributed 60-80 pounds per acre of nitrogen credits.
Vetch is generally considered to be the best of the legume winter cover crops for nitrogen production. Nitrogen credits can range between 45-180 pounds per acre.
With the NEW Genetic Seed varieties,
By combining NEW FASTER PASTURE RED DIXIE Clover FASTER PASTURE HAIRY VETCH, and FASTER PASTURE COMMON VETCH, by Genetic Seeds increase of the plants root mass production.
Genetics nitrogen fixation credits are reaching as HIGH as 230 pounds per acre this is a very intence fertility program assuance guarantee program listed on the products page.
A must use products for todays high fertility cost.
Legumes contain five times the calcium, 30 to 50% more phosphorus, and twice the magnesium of grasses. Calcium and phosphorus are critical for the formation and maintenance of bones and teeth. Calcium is involved in virtually every biochemical and physiological process in the body and is especially important for milk production. Phosphorus is critical for reproduction and is involved with more biological functions than any other mineral element. The primary function of magnesium in the animal is the activation of enzymes. Magnesium deficiency causes grass tetany that is associated with lactating cows grazing cool-season grasses in the spring. Milk production, growth, and reproduction are always higher on a pasture with a legume than one without a legume given the same amount of available forage.
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