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Osceola Clover in coastal plain?
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Posted 10/12/2021 06:02 (#9264534)
Subject: Osceola Clover in coastal plain?



Anyone have any experience with hybrid ladino clovers that are supposed to survive hot summers? I planted a roughly 3acre pecan orchard that I feel will have a good chance of surviving due to the shade and access to water if it gets real dry in the summer. Going to plant a 15ac paddock this week that has good soil but zero shade/water, this is in central GA. Neither area will have much grazing pressure during the first few years of establishment.
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