Clover, Ladino White C&I

Biological for Corn and Beans

Clover, Ladino White C&I

Ladino type white clover is the large type of white clover. They produce the most N per acre of all white types. Ladino is also valued for its forage quality, especially in poorly drained soils. They generally are less durable but may be two to four times taller than intermediate types of white clovers.

Type: Legume

Season: Cool Season

Seeding & Growth

  • Precision: Not recommended
  • Drilled: 2 lb/A, 1/4″ to 1/2″ deep
  • Broadcast: 3 lb/A
  • Aerial: 4 lb/A
  • Dates: At least six weeks before average first frost in fall, May also be frost seeds
  • Avg seeds/lb: 794,500
  • Emergence: 10 days
  • Height: 3″-14″
  • Inoculate: Pre-inoculated
  • Inter-seeding: Yes, ask a specialist for details
  • Drought and Heat: Poor drought tolerance, Good heat tolerance
  • Flooding: Very good tolerance for flooding

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