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Model #73010-6

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  • Ideal for turf areas, ground cover and erosion control
  • Covers area up to 350 sq. ft.
  • Features prostrate stems that root and grow up to 8-10 in.

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Q:Will this product be restocked?
by|May 15, 2024
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Q:What specific kind or variety of white clover is this? It doesn't say
by|Apr 4, 2024
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A:  Thank you for your question. The variety of White clover is currently Dutch white clover

by|Apr 4, 2024
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    Q:If I cast this seed on established lawn will it eventually take over?
    by|Jul 18, 2023
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    A:  Thank you for reaching out. To seed into an existing lawn: 1. Mow lawn as short as possible, not more than 1/2 inch high. 2. Remove thatch and debris. Should you have a heavy layer of thatch built up, you will need to rent a vertical mower or renovator to remove it. It is very important that the seed come in direct contact with the soil. 3. Aerify if the soil is hard-packed. This can be done with an aerifying machine or a hand held tool that is stepped into the ground that extracts soil cores. 4. Sow seed according to the rate on the label. 5. Cover the seed with a weed free mulch.

    by|May 9, 2024
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      Q:does it attract bees
      by|May 22, 2023
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      A:  White clover attracts many pollinators, bees and butterflies.

      by|Jun 10, 2023
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        Q:Can I plant in late fall here in the central California Valley?
        by|Nov 28, 2022
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        A:  Thank you for your question. You can plant clover seed as long as the night time temperatures are above 40 degrees.

        by|Sep 20, 2023
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          Q:Is this a good cover crop for raised beds and does it turn over easily in the spring without re-sprouting everywhere?
          by|Oct 1, 2022
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          A:  Thank you for your question. White Clover is an excellent choice for a cover crop. Since it is a Perennial it should be turned over if you do not want it to resprout.

          by|May 9, 2024
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            Q:Product photo says it covers up to 500sqft. Product listing's description say 350sqft. Which is it?
            by|May 2, 2022
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            A:  Yes, you can cover up to 500sqft, but you will have to spread it lightly. At 350sqft it will be more dense. What are you using it for? I use it for 3 small sections of about 200 sqft each, that is 600 sqft but I also mixed in some grass and wheat seed. The clover came in nicely with the grass and wheat. I transfer the chickens from section to section as they "mow it down". They can graze this way all year long. This spring the grass and clover came back on their own and I won't have to reseed!

            by|Jun 29, 2023
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              A:  Thank you for your question. One pound of white clover will cover up to 500 square feet if you are overseeding into an existing lawn or ground cover. If you desire a pure stand then one pound will cover 300 square feet.

              by|Apr 7, 2023
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                Q:I have areas of lawn disappearong due to shade.
                by|May 24, 2021
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                A:  White clover prefers full sun but will tolerate light shade, not heavy.

                by|May 6, 2023
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