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Small package of improved variety of alfalfa seed. Preinoculated and with a color added to ease in spreading. A 3 lb bag will cover a 5000 square foot area.

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An economical blend of alfalfa varieties adapted to all areas where fall dormancy 3 and 4 alfalfa varieties are grown. Forage Queen is moderately resistant or better to the major alfalfa diseases. Plant 15-20 lb/acre for pure stands or 10-15 lb/acre in a mix.

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Cinnamon plus Coated Clover has excellent seedling vigor, highly resistan to powdery mildew and northern anthracnose. 50 lbs

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Semi-erect, short-lived perennial, 1 to 3 feet tall, pink and white flowers. Major uses are pasture, hay. Seed are broadcast at 4 to 6 lb/A.

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Cinnamon plus red clover 3 lb bag. A three pound bag of Cinnamon Plus Red Clover that is preinoculated and with a color added to aid in consumer use. A three pound bag will cover 5000 square feet.

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CRUSADE is a vigorous, large leaf, winter-active variety of intermediate white clover. Because of its winter-active characteristic, CRUSADE will provide extended grazing during the colder months in regions experiencing mild moist winter. Other characteristics include early and vigorous flowering, superior growth and freedom from virus and disease symptoms. In tests, CRUSADE exhibits strong recovery from cutting, grazing and moisture stress.

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Winter annual.. Brilliant crimson flowers, long heads, maturing from bottom to top. Will produce more forage at low temperatures than other clovers. Seed are broadcast at 20 to 30 lb/A in late August-October.

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Ladino clover is a giant form of white clover. It is a rapidly-growing perennial, which spreads with prostrate stolons.
Ladino clover is a giant form of white clover. It is a rapidly-growing perennial, which spreads with prostrate stolons. In the seedling year, ladino clover may produce stolons that are 12 to 15 inches long. Ladino clover is only moderately hardy and has a shallow root system. It does best on heavy soils where moisture is readily available during the growing season. It does not do well on light-sandy soils, unless frequently irrigated. It will persist through natural reseeding and the rooting of young stolons. Growth is restricted by high summer temperatures.

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Fairly long-lived perennial in upper South; short-lived perennial or annual in lower South. Very leafy plants 8 to 12 inches tall that spread by stolons (runners) and form shallow roots at nodes.
Fairly long-lived perennial in upper South; short-lived perennial or annual in lower South. Very leafy plants 8 to 12 inches tall that spread by stolons (runners) and form shallow roots at nodes. Leaves are non-hairy and usually marked with a white 'V'. White flowers are clustered into heads. Seed are extremely small. Intermediate types of white clover can be expected to reseed naturally while giant or ladino types usually do not reseed well in the lower South. Major use is pasture. Very high quality grazing plant. Bloat can be a problem. Seed are broadcast at 2 to 3 lb/A with tall fescue, orchardgrass, or Kentucky bluegrass in September-October. Under favorable growing conditions, white clover can shade out seedling grasses so it may be necessary to graze the clover to reduce competition. Established grass pastures can be overseeded in October-November or February-March.

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LADINO CLOVER 1 LB BAG

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Enhance your soil with Clover Yellow Sweet. This forage crop seed is easy to spread. Requires maintenance.

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This blend provides palatable forage when the natural forage is extremely limited. It is an excellent source of needed nutrition for your deer herd before they enter the winter stress period. Attractive and nutritious. A favorite with serious wildlife managers.

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Grass Brome peak 50 lbDeveloped specifically for persistence and yield, this bromegrass features superior vigor, good winterhardiness, foliage disease resistance and excellent seed quality. Growing 20 to 40 inches tall, Peak Smooth Bromegrass produces higher dry matter yields, recovers quickly after cutting, and is highly palatable to livestock.

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Perennial. Rhizomes produce a dense sod. Grows 1 to 3 feet tall. Major uses are pasture, limited use for hay. High nutritive value. Seed are planted at 10 to 15 lb/A in August-September, or sometimes in February-March.

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Grows 2 to 3 feet tall. Its major uses include pasture and hay. Forage quality is high under good management. Seed should be planted in September at 15 to 20 lb/A, or 4 to 8 lb/A preferably with a legume. In upper part of Zone C and Zone D, plantings are sometimes make in early spring.

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Perennial bunchgrass. Grows 2 to 3 feet tall. Its major uses include pasture and hay. Forage quality is high under good management. Seed should be planted in September at 15 to 20 lb/A, or 4 to 8 lb/A preferably with a legume. In upper part of Zone C and Zone D, plantings are sometimes make in early spring.

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Field peas are native to Europe, northern Africa and western Asia. The Austrian winter pea (Pisum sativum spp arvense) is a fall-seeded pea introduced from Austria to the Pacific Northwest in the 1930s.
Field peas are native to Europe, northern Africa and western Asia. The Austrian winter pea (Pisum sativum spp arvense) is a fall-seeded pea introduced from Austria to the Pacific Northwest in the 1930s. In Canada, however, winter peas must be planted in spring due to their inadequate cold tolerance to survive winter temperatures. They can also be very late maturing. Plants attain a height of 26 inches in monoculture. Seeds are small (120-140 mg) and have a speckled or marbled appearance on an olive green background colour. The typical varieties are long-vined. Austrian winter peas are used for forage, green manure, and birdseed.

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This blend provides palatable forage when the natural forage is extremely limited. It is an excellent source of needed nutrition for your deer herd before they enter the winter stress period. Attractive and nutritious. A favorite with serious wildlife managers.

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Southern States Coated Orchardgrass is an early maturing orchardgrass that has been selected for persistence under heavy grazing. It is ideal for pastures or hay with great palatability, excellent plant vigor and superior forage yield. It is also drought tolerant and has resistance to stem rust.

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Deep rooted, short-lived perennial, having finer stems and more leaves than alfalfa. Grows 12 to 30 inches tall, depending on whether it is a prostrate or erect variety.
Deep rooted, short-lived perennial, having finer stems and more leaves than alfalfa. Grows 12 to 30 inches tall, depending on whether it is a prostrate or erect variety. Flowers are bright yellow and the brown to purple seed pods radiate from the stem branch, resembling a bird's foot. Non-bloating legume. Reseeds under proper management. Major uses are for pasture, erosion control. High quality forage. Seed are planted at 4 to 6 lb/A with cool season perennial grasses using a cultipacker-seeder in late August-September.

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Crown vetch, a member of the pea family, is a perennial herb with creeping stems that may reach two to six feet in length.
Crown vetch, a member of the pea family, is a perennial herb with creeping stems that may reach two to six feet in length. The compound leaves bear 15 to 25 leaflets. The pealike, pink to white flowers occur in clusters at the end of extended stalks. The narrow, leathery seed pods may be 2 to 3 inches long. The following three characteristics together distinguish crown vetch from other legumes: 1) its compound leaves have an odd number of leaflets, 2) the leaves and flower stalks arise from the main stem, and 3) the flowers occur in a radiating cluster known as an umbell.

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Both Purple Bounty and Purple Prosperity are winterhardy, earlier maturing hairy vetch varieties developed for high nitrogen fixation (up to half of a subsequent crop's nitrogen), increased biomass for a thicker mulch and earlier flowering for more flexibility in planting succeeding crops.
Both Purple Bounty and Purple Prosperity are winterhardy, earlier maturing hairy vetch varieties developed for high nitrogen fixation (up to half of a subsequent crop's nitrogen), increased biomass for a thicker mulch and earlier flowering for more flexibility in planting succeeding crops. Purple vetch forms ground cover slowly in the fall, but root development continues through the winter with substantial growth in the spring. For maximum results, purple vetch should be in full bloom to allow for peak nitrogen contribution and to mow, roll or spray for maximum vetch kill. Spring oats or winter grains can also be planted with purple vetch to act as a protective cover for improved winter survival and increased erosion control. Plant 20 to 25 lbs. per acre.

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BiologicFTs Maximum contains 100% New Zealand brassicas that can be planted in either the spring or the fall. 2.25 lbs covers 1/4 acre.

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A deer's available diet seldom supplies all the minerals, vitamins, and protein necessary for maximum good health and growth. Provides a tremendous amount of antler-growing protein on a year-round basis, other minerals and vitamins may be unavailable. It is beneficial for deer to have available a mineral and vitamin supplement on a daily basis. Scientifically developed after years of observation by wildlife biologist, veterinarians and field testers for the Whitetail Institute of North America.

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