Berseem Clover is used for forage and it can be green-chopped, grazed, or used for silage and by all measures its quality is excellent. It can also be used as green manure or for renovating old clover or alfalfa stands, and as a "break crop" in rotations, for disrupting weed and other pests' life cycles. It is very tolerant of close mowing and can be mowed several times for forage and then ploughed under as green manure yielding approximately 30 to 60 pounds per acre of nitrogen.
- Seeding Rate (Alone/
Acre): 10 – 20 lbs.
- Seeding Rate (In Mix/Acre):
- Seeding Depth(Inches): ½ - 1
- Life Cycle: Annual
- Seeding Dates: Northern: Spring or Late Fall
Consult your local cooperative extension agent for specific planting recommendations for your area. Find your cooperative extension agent.
Product SpecificationsSku: Berseem-Clover
Release Date: 10/08/09