A great feature Regal Graze ladino clover is a larger leaf size and canopy height than Patriot and Durana clovers. RegalGraze can take very heavy grazing and come back strong thanks to OverGraze Protection that is bred into this cultivar of ladino clover.
RegalGraze, has proven to be superior in yield with more grazing tolerance than other Ladinos in tests conducted by the University of Georgia. RegalGraze has no anti-quality cyanogenic glucosides unlike some intermediate and small leaf white clover.
Under aggressive grazing, RegalGraze with bred-in Overgraze Protection has the ability torejuvenate itself via active stolon growth or by self-seeding. Doesn’t crowd out or take over desired perennial grass components like the small or intermediate leaf types tend to do over time. Maintains the Extension recommended 20-30% of the pasture’s dry matter yield coming from the ladino clover.
||Broadcast Early Spring or Fall|
||8-10 Lbs per Acre.
|Depth||1/4 inch Max
Prefers Clay or Loam
||Deer, Turkey, Rabbit, Quail & Pasture Forage|
NB: Ladino white clovers in permanent grass pastures maximize animal performance.
Extra Daily Gain
Alabama results demonstrated an extra 44% gain by steers over tall fescue alone.
Expanded Grazing Season
Starts the spring grazing season and continues growth well into fall or early winter.
Fixes 75 to 150 pounds of nitrogen for the companion grasses.
Helps dilute the toxic effects of fungal alkaloids in endophyte infected tall fescue which can contribute to animal health and
Maximum animal performance is achieved when 70-80% of the dry matter yield comes from the cool season grass components. Small and intermediate leaf type white clover often crowds out the desired grass over time. Ladino clover in the pasture is less aggressive and helps maintain the Extension recommended grass/legume balance season after season.
All these agronomic and economic benefits can be realized by including as little as 3 to 5 pounds of RegalGraze Ladino Clover in the mixture during pasture renovation or by over-seeding into established pastures.