Plants Rate 8 Lbs per Acre.
Number One Food Plot Planting in the World!
Imperial Whitetail Clover is the product that started the food plot revolution and is still the standard by which other food plot products are judged.
Years of research and development went into producing Imperial Whitetail Clover, a food plot product specifically designed for whitetail deer. Imperial Whitetail Clover continues to be improved through ongoing research. Imperial Whitetail Clover is a highly-selected blend of clovers that provides optimal nutrition throughout the year for the whitetail on your property. Imperial Whitetail Clover includes the only clovers genetically developed specifically for whitetail deer food plots, and its high protein levels (up to 35%) are vital during the antler-growing season as well as during fawning and lactating cycles.
Imperial Whitetail Clover is also a perennial that can last up to five years without reseeding. This can save you money and time since you don’t have to plant every year. In most parts of the country, you can plant Imperial Whitetail Clover in the spring or fall.
Imperial Whitetail Clover is heat and drought resistant, making it an excellent choice for Southern climates. Imperial Whitetail Clover is blended differently for different regions, and is extremely winter hardy, and can take the cold as far north as Alberta, Canada. No matter where you live, Imperial Whitetail Clover will exceed your expectations.
Deer love the taste and will come from long distances to feed on Imperial Whitetail Clover. If you want to attract more deer to your property and make sure they receive optimal nutrition for good health and maximum antler growth, plant Imperial Whitetail Clover.
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