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Dixie Reseeding crimson clover

Trifolium incarnatum
HOW TO GROW CRIMSON CLOVER

Does best in cool, humid weather. Performs poorly in the heat of summer. Where winter is above -10°F (-23.3°C), it is sown in late summer September to October, resumes growth in spring, maturing in June. Grown as winter annual in Pacific Northwest and California. Sow quickly after the removal of a prior crop at the rate of 20-25 lb./acre (20-22 kg/ha). Succeeds better when only the surface of the soil is stirred by the disc and harrow than when plowed. It grows rapidly in spring and yields an abundant crop of green food, particularly palatable to live stock. Inoculate for better results. Tends to eliminate other desirable spring and early-summer native vegetation, do not plant with other wildflowers.

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SARE and Managing Cover Crops Profitably, 3rd Edition.

Soil pH 5.5–7.0. Hardiness zones 3–8. Annual.

Usual seed life: 3–5 years.

Planting Depth 1/4–1/2”
Soil Temp. Germ. 65–68˚F
Days to Germ. 7–21
Plant Spacing 6–9.5”
Row Spacing 6–10”
Days To Maturity 70–90
Full Sun, Moist Well Drained Soil

Dixie Reseeding Seed Count
.25 Pound ≈ 20,618 seeds
1 Pound ≈ 82,471 seeds
5 Pounds ≈ 412m seeds
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Crimson Clover is commonly used for wildlife food plots, cattle forage and decorative ground cover planting, Crimson clover is one of the most colorful forage plants and is frequently seen along roadsides, where it is planted for highway beautification. Crimson clover is a reseeding winter annual with an erect grow...
Crimson Clover is commonly used for wildlife food plots, cattle forage and decorative ground cover planting, Crimson clover is one of the most colorful forage plants and is frequently seen along roadsides, where it is planted for highway beautification. Crimson clover is a reseeding winter annual with an erect growth habit and a shallow taproot system. The flowers are a brilliant red color, elongated in shape, and often more than two inches long. The leaves are dark green and covered with dense hairs. Crimson clover is best adapted to the heavier, well-drained soils, performing poorly on dry, sandy, and poorly drained sites. Crimson clover produces more forage at low temperatures than other clovers. It is fairly tolerant of soil acidity and is often seeded in mixture with small grains and ryegrass. Crimson clover is also often seeded into warm-season perennial grass pastures (bermudagrass and bahiagrass). Graze at 6-8” of growth until plants are 3-5 inches in height. Crimson then grows rapidly until flowering begins about mid-April. Forage is very high quality with both leaves and stems readily consumed. Although it is generally grazed, it may be harvested as high-quality hay or silage. If trying to manage for reseeding, reduce grazing pressure for about three weeks when in full flower Tags: Color: Red, Size: Medium, Specialty: Cover Crop.

Native to most of Europe. Crimson Clover can typically be found in forest margins, fields and roadsides. The species name incarnatum means "blood red”.
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Dixie Reseeding crimson clover

Trifolium incarnatum
Crimson Clover is commonly used for wildlife food plots, cattle forage and decorative ground cover planting, Crimson clover is one of the most colorful forage plants and is frequently seen along roadsides, where it is planted for highway beautification. Crimso...
Crimson Clover is commonly used for wildlife food plots, cattle forage and decorative ground cover planting, Crimson clover is one of the most colorful forage plants and is frequently seen along roadsides, where it is planted for highway beautification. Crimson clover is a reseeding winter annual with an erect growth habit and a shallow taproot system. The flowers are a brilliant red color, elongated in shape, and often more than two inches long. The leaves are dark green and covered with dense hairs. Crimson clover is best adapted to the heavier, well-drained soils, performing poorly on dry, sandy, and poorly drained sites. Crimson clover produces more forage at low temperatures than other clovers. It is fairly tolerant of soil acidity and is often seeded in mixture with small grains and ryegrass. Crimson clover is also often seeded into warm-season perennial grass pastures (bermudagrass and bahiagrass). Graze at 6-8” of growth until plants are 3-5 inches in height. Crimson then grows rapidly until flowering begins about mid-April. Forage is very high quality with both leaves and stems readily consumed. Although it is generally grazed, it may be harvested as high-quality hay or silage. If trying to manage for reseeding, reduce grazing pressure for about three weeks when in full flower Tags: Color: Red, Size: Medium, Specialty: Cover Crop.

Native to most of Europe. Crimson Clover can typically be found in forest margins, fields and roadsides. The species name incarnatum means "blood red”.
Learn More
HOW TO GROW CRIMSON CLOVER

Does best in cool, humid weather. Performs poorly in the heat of summer. Where winter is above -10°F (-23.3°C), it is sown in late summer September to October, resumes growth in spring, maturing in June. Grown as winter annual in Pacific Northwest and California. Sow quickly after the removal of a prior crop at the rate of 20-25 lb./acre (20-22 kg/ha). Succeeds better when only the surface of the soil is stirred by the disc and harrow than when plowed. It grows rapidly in spring and yields an abundant crop of green food, particularly palatable to live stock. Inoculate for better results. Tends to eliminate other desirable spring and early-summer native vegetation, do not plant with other wildflowers.

SHIPPING COST
25-lb., 50-lb. and larger sizes ship via ground transportation. Select the appropriate Bulk Shipping option at checkout. We may email you additional shipping costs separately based on your total order weight, zone and palleting costs.

LEARN MORE
SARE and Managing Cover Crops Profitably, 3rd Edition.

Soil pH 5.5–7.0. Hardiness zones 3–8. Annual.

Usual seed life: 3–5 years.

Planting Depth 1/4–1/2”
Soil Temp. Germ. 65–68˚F
Days to Germ. 7–21
Plant Spacing 6–9.5”
Row Spacing 6–10”
Days To Maturity 70–90
Full Sun, Moist Well Drained Soil

Dixie Reseeding Seed Count
.25 Pound ≈ 20,618 seeds
1 Pound ≈ 82,471 seeds
5 Pounds ≈ 412m seeds
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