Plow Down Clover 6 Acre Bag

Roll over to magnify and click to enlarge
  • Plow Down Clover just prior to being turned under in Mid July.
  • Image 2
  • Image 3

Product Videos

Plow-Down Clover = Green Manure 02:34

Learn the advantages of planting Frigid Forage Plow Down Clover as a cover crop for future plantings.

  • Plow-Down Clov...
    Learn the advantages of planting Frigid Forage Plow Down Clove...
  • Why Plow Down ...
    Plow Down Clover is the first-of-its kind blend of fast growin...
  • Frigid Forage ...
    Plow Down Clover is a clover seed blend designed to be planted...

Product Reviews

Write Review

This product hasn't received any reviews yet. Be the first to review this product!

$199.99
Brand:
SKU:
PDOWN50
Shipping:
Calculated at checkout

Product Description

 

  50lb Bag plants 6 Acres

 

 

Plow Down Clover Planting Instructions

 

1.  Plow-Down Clover is best planted in early Spring to allow a longer growing time before it is plowed under. It can also be frost seeded if the ground is bare and once the majority of the ground is snow free.      *The longer PDC is allowed to grow, the more nitrogen for your soil.

 2.  Till the soil with a plow, disk, or similar equipment to prepare a good seed bed to ensure good seed to soil contact. New fields that contain a lot of grass may need an application of RoundUp prior  to tilling in order to keep the grasses from taking over your plot.

 3.   Soil should be fertile with a pH of 6.5 to 7.5. If you are not sure of your soils fertility or pH, have your soil tested. Your local farm co-op or fertilizer dealer can usually help with this or we have kits available on our website.

         *Fertilize at about 100-150 lbs/acre. An approximate blend around 6-24-24.

4.    Apply either pelletized lime or ag lime as needed.

 5.    Broadcast or drill at 8-10lbs/acre

 6.   After seeding you can drag the seed bed, but do not cover the seed with more than ¼ inch of top soil.

 7.   Important Use a cultipacker, roller, or even your ATV tires to pack the field to insure good seed/soil contact. You do not need to worry about covering the seed. If the seed is planted too deep, it will not grow. Do not skip this step.

 8.   Wait for rain! As with all plantings, the sooner it rains the better so watch your weather forecast and try to plant before a reasonable chance of rain.

 

Additional Tips

 If you choose not to plow under your clover until next season that is just fine. You may want to mow it once or twice to encourage new fresh growth.

Use a plow to turn over your plot if you are able. Plowing the clover under and burying the stems and leaves is better for your plot than just disking them down.

    

t here...