Trifolium incarnatum is an annual legume with a semi upright habit to 18 inches.
Currently we have both ‘conventional’ and ‘conventional with an OMRI listed inoculant coating’. Slightly less seed per pound for the option with a coating. Please indicate you preference at checkout and we’ll be happy to oblige you, depending on current availability.
- Broadcast at 30 lbs. per acre or 2 lb. per 1000 square feet at depth of .25 – .5″
- Hardy through Zone 7
- Fixes up 70 to 100 lbs. of Nitrogen per acre
- Easy to incorporate by hand, mowing or tilling
- Quick Establishment when planted in early fall
- Readily Reseeds
Gillian (verified owner) –
Staff was incredibly helpful and responsive for my last minute cover crop order, it came in just a few days. (I live in WA). Thanks!
maureen (verified owner) –
Will be using this in the fall.
John Acton (verified owner) –
Anonymous (verified owner) –
Paper bags should be re-enforced, so seed doesn’t leek out the bottom manufacture seal. When I opened the box, I found crimson clover seed spilling into the box it was shipped in. I work with seed as well, harvesting collecting wild and farmed seed. We harvest/collect and cure seed in paper bags that are re-enforced by us with masking tape. It only takes a second, but ensures seed will not be lost out the bottom. The manufacture seal on most paper bags is not meant to contain finely sorted objects like a seed (s).
Zach Menchini (store manager) –
Sorry for the trouble and thanks for letting us know! We’re switching to plastic ziplock bags to prevent this moving forward. Appreciate the feedback.
amanda (verified owner) –