Oregon-Grown Clover Seed
Oregon is the source of world class clover seed for pasture, cover crops or simply for beautification around the house.
- Attracts Beneficial Insects
- Reduced Animal Toxicities
- Healthier Soil
- Lower Nitrogen Fertilizer Costs
Arrowleaf clover is an annual, similar to crimson clover in its requirements. Yuchi and Apache are the primary varieties grown. Like crimson, arrowleaf is planted in the fall, but arrowleaf clover seed is harvested later, in August and early September.
Also like crimson, the flowers bloom from bottom to top, and the flower head will continue to grow taller and produce more seed as long as growing conditions are good. Expected yields of arrowleaf clover seed are about 800 pounds per acre, with up to 1200 pounds possible.
Oregon Clover Commission