Fall -Winter planting season. Planting of crimson clover can occur throughout much of the year depending on the farmer's goal. A successful broadcast seeding is directly correlated to the amount of soil moisture or rainfall that is present after the application. A fall planting should occur 6-8 weeks before the first killing frost date if winterkill is a concern for your area. Emergence will occur within 7-10 days. Planting too early could cause the clover to go to seed and ensure that the cover will not over winter.
Always take a soil sample and follow local recommendations for nutrient requirements. pH should be above 6.0 for best results.
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