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
Clover has a symbiotic relationship with Rhizobium bacteria. Clovers and other legumes provide homegrown, slow-release nitrogen, which is more environmentally friendly than commercial nitrogen. Clover furnishes pollen and nectar for honeybees and can increase populations of beneficial predatory insects. Planting clover seed also provides food for wildlife, including deer, rabbits, and game birds.
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