Early Start Release Broadcast
Plant this mix in the early spring to attract turkey and deer and to suppress weeds. Clovers are excellent bugging habitat for the turkeys and high protein forage for the deer.
This product includes a packet of Micro Noc: Multi-Spectrum (OMRI approved). Packet size scales with the amount of seed.
Kentucky Pride Crimson Clover, Balady Berseem Clover, Persian Clover, Alfalfa, Hubam Annual Sweet Clover, Indian Head Lentils, Endure Chicory
Early Start Release can be broadcast into an area with minimal plant competition, even areas with dead weeds from the previous year. It can also be broadcast into an existing cover crop or small grain stand such as wheat, cereal rye, and oats.
Plant Early Start Release just before the last snow or the last few frosts of the season prior to spring green up. It’s better to plant a bit early than late as melting snow and/or thawing frost are key to ensuring the seeds get through last year's thatch to make great contact with the soil.
Broadcast 25 pounds per acre into snow that’s no more than 6” deep or just before the last few frosts are expected before spring green up. Melting snow or the heaving and thawing of frosted ground works to ensure the seeds have great contact with the soil and there’s moisture for germination. For best coverage, apply 1/2 of the seed for the plot while going back and forth across the field in one direction, and then apply the remainder of the seed for the field by going at a 90-degree angle to the first passes.