Barenbrug Barblanca White Clover, Coated

Barenbrug Barblanca White Clover, Coated

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Product Overview

Barenbrug Barblanca White Clover, Coated is an excellent and high-quality forage with larger leaves compared to other white clovers. A perennial legume that does not only extends through heads but also through branching stolons which are above-ground stems. Proven to be more persistent and aggressive than other Landino types. The Barenbrug Barblanca White Clover, Coated is a great forage for ruminants since itis highly digestible and palatable. It is ideal even for deer, sheep, cattle, and goats. Perfectly made and well-suited for grazing plus, it provides protein. This forage promotes an excellent amount of nitrogen fixation since it is pre-inoculated with bacteria. Coated with Barenbrug's yellow jacket coating, it provides Zeba that improves the healthy establishment of plants and absorbs no less than 600 times its weight when in water. Packaged in a 25-pound bag.

Features and Specs

For use in Warm-season grasses such as Bermuda and Zoysia.
Application Barblanca ladino clover can be drilled or broadcasted onto a prepared seed bed. It can also be over-seeded into a grass sward. Depth should not exceed 1/8 inch.
Pet safe Yes, if used as directed on the label.
Special Features Excellent forage quality.
Shipping Weight 25.00 lbs
Manufacturer Barenbrug USA (Mfg. Number: 4644)
UPC 053909250328

Details

Features:

  • Larger leaves than Dutch type
  • More persistent than Ladino type
  • Excellent forage quality
  • High digestibility and protein
  • Fixes nitrogen - reduced fertilizer costs
  • Suited for grazing

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