Frosty Berseem Clover
Frosty Berseem Clover:
Features a high leaf - to - stem ratio, has excellent disease resistance, and grows rapidly when temperatures exceed 60° Fahrenheit. An excellent choice for wildlife food plots, either by itself or in a mixture with clover or cool - season grasses. As an annual clover, Frosty Berseem will eventually die and the nitrogen that it has created will be released to the benefit of remaining components. Maturity is later then when other annual clovers and bloom period is similar to that of red clover. Frosty produces an abundance of lowers and is favored by pollinators. Frosty Berseem is tolerant of moderate periods of waterlogged soils and can be dormant or frost seeded.
Soil Types: Wide variety of soils Seeding Rate: 12 - 16 pounds per acre Planting Depth: ¼ Inch
Planting Date: Spring