Mossy Oak® BioLogic™ AlfaClover Seed
This unique blend of clovers and alfalfa are long-lived, productive and extremely attractive to white-tailed deer. Works in areas that have not been previously planted--maximum leaf (forage) production with limited stem production. Shade tolerant.
Rated 5 out of 5 by 4 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by Hans12 Great Planted April 12,2013, 2 weeks later seems to be coming up pretty good. April 30, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by picturetaker Biologic Alfaclover seed I planted Biologic Alfaclover seed mixed in with field rye grass seed on a sandy well drained food plot area. Just disc, put down triple 10 ,disc, seed, cultipacked,and done! Got a good amount of rain that same week, the seed came up within a week. Already the deer and turkeys are already into it. The rye grass helps protect the Alfaclover while it is growing,will come up for about five years. Jim October 4, 2010
Rated 5 out of 5 by LockednDropped Great Deer Food I planted this product the same time as Whitetail Clover. They both grew great, but the deer ate the Biologic clover first. It grows great and attracts deer, what more do you want!!!! June 30, 2009
Rated 5 out of 5 by atvs very good I hunt oregon blacktail and i planted this seed by itself for a little 5x5 foot food plot and the deer and elk ate it down to the roots in only 6 weeks good seed buy it!!!!!!!! April 24, 2008
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A:Yes It will grow with a small amount of sun, just make sure the seed the seed has contact with the ground and follow instructions on package.
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A:We tried and it didn't come in to great, but that could be a bunch of factors(water, fertilizer, no topsoil). I forget which company makes it but a company sells a shade mix. Or else just try it and see....good luck.
A:sure i have planted in minimal sunlite it grows very well in soil that has been covered in leaves just make sure you rake them all away the only bad part about putting a plot where leaves fall is next year the plot is covered in leaves again
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