Aeschynomene is a warm-season annual legume adapted to moist sites throughout the state, but it is mainly grown in South Florida. Seed of two species are commercially available to producers: Aeschynomene americana, also known as common aeschynomene, joint vetch or deer vetch, and a newly available species Aeschynomene evenia, which has no common name.
Date: April - June Rate: 20 lbs. per acre or 1/2 lb. per 1000 sq. ft. Depth: 1/4"
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