Food Plot Seed Guide

Kura Clover

Kura clover is a high quality perennial legume that is an aggressive spreader. Its spreading, prostrate growth habit resembles that of white clover; however, kura clover spreads by rhizomes rather than stolons. Once established, kura clover has the ability to fill in bare spaces, thus causing the stand to thicken. Kura clover performs best on well-drained, fertile soil. Spring is the best time to seed kura clover, but later sowings can thrive when irrigated. The use of an herbicide may be necessary to prevent weed competition. Kura clover should not be sown with a companion crop, such as a small grain, and usually cannot be renovated into established grass stands. Vegetative establishment of kura clover can be successful provided adequate rainfall or irrigation follows sprigging and sprigs are placed in good contact with the soil. Once established, stands should thicken and persist indefinitely. It is a slow grower and difficult to establish.

  Planting Depth - 0.25" Recommended Planting
  Cost per Acre - $120 Spring Summer Fall Winter
  Minimum PH - 5.80 1 1
    Planting Rate - 15 lbs/acre*
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