Big Tine Clover Select

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Clover Select is a premium perennial mix of high protein clovers found in Foundation Clover and drought hardy chicory. Clover Select will provide the critical year around nutrition to allow your deer to be the healthiest they can be during the most critical times of the year. Excellent attraction for Fall deer hunting and Spring turkey hunting. Clover Select will Attract, Develop and Grow your herd


• High protein deer need
• Persistent drought and cold tolerance
• Perfect mix for year around nutrition and attraction
• Highly palatable for deer and turkey
• Perennial that can last up to five years
• Plant Spring or Fall
• Mix of ladino clover, medium red clover, white flowering crimson clover and chicory


• 1 bag is 2 lbs
• 1 case is 12 bags
• Covers up to 1/4 acre


Planting Instructions
Plot Maintenance
Planting Instructions

Clover Select performs best when the soil pH is in a 6.0 to 7.0 range.  A soil test is encouraged to determine your soils pH and fertility requirements prior to planting.  Select a site with medium to heavy soils that receives 4-6 hours of sunlight per day.


  • Add the recommended amount of lime suggested on your soil test.  If a soil test was not performed, add 600 lbs. of lime per ¼ acre to adjust your soil pH.  Once applied, work the lime into the soil using a disk or tiller.


  • Add the recommended amount of fertilizer suggested on your soil test.  If a soil test was not performed, add 75 lbs. of 6-24-24 or similar, low nitrogen fertilizer, per ¼ acre.  Work the fertilizer into the top few inches of the soil.  No deeper than 3 inches if possible.


  • Prepare the seedbed with a cultipacker, roller or drag.


  • Broadcast the seed at the suggested rate of 2 lbs. per ¼ acre.


  • If using a cultipacker or roller, roll over the seedbed to ensure proper contact with the soil.  If using a drag, DO NOT DRAG the seed in.  This could bury the seed too deep.  Simply allow the seed to settle into the soil.


*If using a drill, set the machine to plant at an average depth of 1/8 -  ¼ inch.

Plot Maintenance

Fertilizing:  Perennial food plots should be fertilized each Spring, or can be broken out into two applications, with one in the Spring and another in late Summer.  A soil test will tell the appropriate amount of fertilizer, and possibly save money.  If a soil test is not taken, fertilize with 75 lbs. of 0-20-20 or similar, low nitrogen fertilizer, per ¼ acre.  This rate can be split into two parts if fertilizing in the Spring and late Summer. 


*It is important to check pH levels each year to maintain the proper range to ensure nutrients are available for uptake by the plants.


Mowing:  Mowing perennial food plots will help keep unwanted grass and weeds out along with promoting new, more palatable growth.  Two to three mowings per growing season will typically suffice.  Avoid mowing when conditions are hot and dry, when plant may be stressed.


Herbicide:  Mowing can be very effective at keeping broadleaf weeds out, but grasses can be more difficult and still cause problems.  If grasses are still a problem a selective herbicide with an active ingredient such as clethodim or sethoxydim can be used.   *Adding an adjuvant such as crop oil or surfactant make herbicides much more effective.


Place a small wire browse cage over a section of your plot to monitor browsing pressure.

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Additional information
Weight 2 lbs
Reviews (1)
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    Anthony Ona

    Probably the best food plot I’ve ever used

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