This variety was bred for its high yield and excellent persistence. It produces more forage and lasts longer in the field than most red clover varieties. Gallant Red Clover is resistant to black patch, root rot, powdery mildew, and northern and southern anthracnose.
Plant in spring and fall at a rate of 8-12 lbs./acre, or as part of a mix at 4-8 lbs./acre.
Advantage Ladino Clover Seed (Coated)Seeding Rate:1 lb. per Acre in pasture overseeding. When used for wildlife food plots exclusively, use...