Frosty Berseem Clover is a cool season annual legume native to the eastern Mediterranean region that resembles alfalfa. In pasture applications, berseem clover will not only improve the quality and yield of the forage, it can also create substantial quantities of nitrogen, improving both the quality and quantity of forage long after the clover has reached the end of its life cycle. Berseem clover has also been shown to have a synergistic relationship with alfalfa, improving the overall forage yields.
Food plot benefits:
Seeding rate: 8-15 lbs/acre drilled; 15-20 lbs/acre broadcast. Plant at 1/4 inch depth in slightly alkaline loam and silty soils, with a pH of 6+.
Alfalfa Seed (Medicago sativa) Alfalfa is a cool season perennial legume living from three to twelve years, depending on variety and climate....