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Mossy Oak® BioLogic™ Clover Plus Wild Game Seed is a savory blend of premium red and white clovers, specifically designed to produce more leaf than stem tissue. Includes 2 types of mineral-rich chicories for an extra boost in hot weather. Plant Spring or Fall.
Produces 38% protein
Designed to produce more leaf than stem
2 types of mineral-rich chicories
Bigger deer. Bigger racks. Bigger trophies. They're all possible, thanks to BioLogic New Zealand Seed Blends™. These products were scientifically developed in New Zealand specifically for whitetail deer. These feeds are scientifically proven to grow trophy deer better than any other commercial or natural feed available. Better tasting than natural food, deer actually seek out plots where it's planted. And with 38% crude protein, it's almost twice as nutritious as clover. BioLogic Seed Blends were developed with 2 things in mind, antler growth and a healthy, heavier animal.
Mossy Oak® BioLogic™ Clover Plus Wild Game Seed
The seed grew a lot faster then I thought it would, I have hard clay soil and we've been in drought conditions for weeks now and it's growing just fine. I would love to see how the seed would grow in normal or loose soil.
July 9, 2012
Best clover product I've ever used
I manage properties in several states and this is by far the best perennial I have ever seen. It's easy to establish, out performs other perennial blends planted right next to it, and when managed properly (mowing, fertilizer, herbicide) lasts a long time. I have 1 plot of C.P. that's 9 years old and it looks every bit as good as it did at 2-4 years.
October 25, 2010
good stuff if it comes up
the only reason i give this a three is because we have had a dry year and it did ot come up very well. i pumped water from my spring in a small area of it and came up great. not to mention the deer had it eat down before it even had a chance. i have a cage in the middle of my small plot it looks great. if it all would have come up i would give a five star rating. so if your getting plenty of rain or have a way to irrigate it i would give this stuff five stars.
December 19, 2007
(IF) you have adequate moisture and conducive temperatures, it germinates in about 7 days. Perennials will sit there for a while (3-4 weeks) after germination to develop a root system, and then it will take off. It will last 3 to 6 years or more.
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