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#3111277 - 01/06/13 06:45 AM Clover type- Ladino or White Dutch?
Hunt 365
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Getting my plan together for February seeding, and priced Ladino v. White Dutch clovers. The Ladino is 33% to 40% higher seed price wise. Is the price difference worth it, or should I put the extra $ in maintenance and fertilizer. Thanks!
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#3111432 - 01/06/13 10:00 AM Re: Clover type- Ladino or White Dutch? [Re: Hunt 365]
buckaroo
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I like Ladino pretty good, haven't tried the Dutch.
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#3111434 - 01/06/13 10:01 AM Re: Clover type- Ladino or White Dutch? [Re: Hunt 365]
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Never used White Dutch but if your going to try an establish a clover field in the spring your going to have to have good maintenance to try an combat the weeds and grasses with the slow start the clover will have. Make sure your lime is right or your just wasting your money.
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#3111496 - 01/06/13 11:02 AM Re: Clover type- Ladino or White Dutch? [Re: Hollar Hunter]
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Looking forward to the answers as we have great success frost seeding every year. I usually use Ladino clover but i would love to save some $$$$
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#3111503 - 01/06/13 11:10 AM Re: Clover type- Ladino or White Dutch? [Re: muddyboots]
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You might also consider Durana clover; it's all I plant anymore. Though it's a little slower to establish it is EXTREMELY drought resistant, long lived, and fairly easy to maintain. Yes it costs a bit more initially, but over the long term it's a pretty competitive alternative.
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#3111504 - 01/06/13 11:12 AM Re: Clover type- Ladino or White Dutch? [Re: Hunt 365]
jmb4wd
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Might also consider Durranna, or Patriot.

I've never heard one bad thing about durranna other than the price!

It's a little slower to establish, but really make a "blanket" that second with proper ground prep.
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#3111782 - 01/06/13 03:58 PM Re: Clover type- Ladino or White Dutch? [Re: Boll Weevil]
richmanbarbeque
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 Originally Posted By: Boll Weevil
You might also consider Durana clover; it's all I plant anymore. Though it's a little slower to establish it is EXTREMELY drought resistant, long lived, and fairly easy to maintain. Yes it costs a bit more initially, but over the long term it's a pretty competitive alternative.


I agree.

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#3111790 - 01/06/13 04:04 PM Re: Clover type- Ladino or White Dutch? [Re: richmanbarbeque]
muddyboots
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Not to hijack - i planted alot durana in the fall and it really didnt do much. when u say slow to establish does that mean it might still grow?
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#3111803 - 01/06/13 04:15 PM Re: Clover type- Ladino or White Dutch? [Re: muddyboots]
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 Originally Posted By: muddyboots
Not to hijack - i planted alot durana in the fall and it really didnt do much. when u say slow to establish does that mean it might still grow?


Yes, it will Probably take off in the spring. Once established and if you take care of it it is amazing clover.

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#3111808 - 01/06/13 04:18 PM Re: Clover type- Ladino or White Dutch? [Re: richmanbarbeque]
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10-4 thanks
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