Regal Graze White

$5.87 per lb
Total (25 lbs): $146.75

Regal Graze White Ladino Clover Seed provides Overgraze Protection„¢ for persistence under abusive grazing, yet its not overly aggressive. Try yours now!

Weight: 25 lbs Seed Rate: 2 to 4 lbs/acre Stock Status: In Stock Zones: 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6 Brand: SKU: 254-WC10

Product Description

Regal Graze is the first grazing tolerant ladino clover selected for persistence under abusive grazing (University of Georgia). Regal Graze provides Overgraze Protection™ and has the ability to rejuvenate itself via active stolon growth or by self-seeding to maintain the extension recommended 20-30% of the pasture’s dry matter yield coming from the ladino clover without crowding out or taking over the desired perennial grass components. Although persistent, it is not overly aggressive so RegalGraze will not take over the pasture. Alabama results demonstrated steers gained an extra 44% over tall fescue alone. The larger leaves and higher canopy growth result in one of our best yielding varieties.  This variety is the highest in palatability ranking and widely adapted through the United States. This clover will excel in the south but will also perform extremely well in northern areas as it has been proven to withstand Wisconsin winters.

White Clover

White ladino clovers are a long-lived perennial which spread by creeping above ground stems or stolons that root at the nodes. It is a large leaf type white clover, very high in protein, vitamins, and minerals. Addition of white clover to pastures will increase daily dry matter intake in livestock. White clover is a good producer of high quality feed and is utilized extensively as a soil building crop. A good mixture of grass and white clover can yield as much as a pure grass receiving 175 pounds of nitrogen fertilizer per acre.

Establishment

Ladinos can be broadcasted, frost seeded, or drilled into soil. Seed depth should not exceed 0.25 inches. White clover will thrive on soils with a pH is 5.5 or higher. White clover needs adequate phosphorus and potassium for establishment, persistence and growth. White clover is especially responsive to cool, moist conditions. White Clover can be planted in the spring or the fall and grows best between 50 and 85 degrees. Because of its shallow root system, it is not adapted to shallow, droughty soils. 

Management

White Ladino is primarily a pasture type clover. White clover planted with perennial grasses should be grazed or mowed frequently (2 or 3 times per summer) with the final mowing in late August. Fertilizer should be applied throughout the year as adequate levels of calcium, phosphorus and potash are also important. To manage the bloat risk associated with White clovers manage your pasture swards with no more than 10% stand of clover. Do not over-graze the grasses below 4 inches for this increases the clover concentration. For combinations with Italian Ryegrass and Annual Ryegrasses, red clover is a better choice.

Regal Graze is the first grazing tolerant ladino clover selected for persistence under abusive grazing (University of Georgia). Regal Graze provides Overgraze Protection™ and has the ability to rejuvenate itself via active stolon growth or by self-seeding to maintain the extension recommended 20-30% of the pasture’s dry matter yield coming from the ladino clover without crowding out or taking over the desired perennial grass components. Although persistent, it is not overly aggressive so RegalGraze will not take over the pasture. Alabama results demonstrated steers gained an extra 44% over tall fescue alone. The larger leaves and higher canopy growth result in one of our best yielding varieties.  This variety is the highest in palatability ranking and widely adapted through the United States. This clover will excel in the south but will also perform extremely well in northern areas as it has been proven to withstand Wisconsin winters.

White Clover

White ladino clovers are a long-lived perennial which spread by creeping above ground stems or stolons that root at the nodes. It is a large leaf type white clover, very high in protein, vitamins, and minerals. Addition of white clover to pastures will increase daily dry matter intake in livestock. White clover is a good producer of high quality feed and is utilized extensively as a soil building crop. A good mixture of grass and white clover can yield as much as a pure grass receiving 175 pounds of nitrogen fertilizer per acre.

Establishment

Ladinos can be broadcasted, frost seeded, or drilled into soil. Seed depth should not exceed 0.25 inches. White clover will thrive on soils with a pH is 5.5 or higher. White clover needs adequate phosphorus and potassium for establishment, persistence and growth. White clover is especially responsive to cool, moist conditions. White Clover can be planted in the spring or the fall and grows best between 50 and 85 degrees. Because of its shallow root system, it is not adapted to shallow, droughty soils. 

Management

White Ladino is primarily a pasture type clover. White clover planted with perennial grasses should be grazed or mowed frequently (2 or 3 times per summer) with the final mowing in late August. Fertilizer should be applied throughout the year as adequate levels of calcium, phosphorus and potash are also important. To manage the bloat risk associated with White clovers manage your pasture swards with no more than 10% stand of clover. Do not over-graze the grasses below 4 inches for this increases the clover concentration. For combinations with Italian Ryegrass and Annual Ryegrasses, red clover is a better choice.


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