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#3151209 - 02/04/13 10:28 AM Imperial Clover sale
Hunter 257W
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Whitetail Institute has Imperial clover on sale if anybody wants some. I just ordered an 18lb bag myself. This is the time to be planting clover anyhow.
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#3151334 - 02/04/13 12:19 PM Re: Imperial Clover sale [Re: Hunter 257W]
Hollar Hunter
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From them direct or at the store? What's the price on the 18lb bag?
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#3151341 - 02/04/13 12:25 PM Re: Imperial Clover sale [Re: Hollar Hunter]
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 Originally Posted By: Hollar Hunter
From them direct or at the store? What's the price on the 18lb bag?
yeah,more info please
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#3151345 - 02/04/13 12:27 PM Re: Imperial Clover sale [Re: Football Hunter]
BlountArrow
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Yeah, more info please. Didn't see anything on their website about it.
Thanks.
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#3151445 - 02/04/13 02:16 PM Re: Imperial Clover sale [Re: BlountArrow]
Hunter 257W
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Sorry, I just assumed it was on sale directly from the website. I see that I have to follow the link in my email.

https://www.whitetailinstitute.com/products/clover_special.html

18lb bag prices are $127.95 vs $142.99 regular

4lb bag is $34.95 vs. $39.95 regular

For some reason the 36lb bags are not on sale.

I just put out about 12lbs of Alfa Rack and Imperial clover mixed about 50/50 by volume Saturday afternoon. I disked the field to get some exposed dirt then broadcast the seeds counting on frost to work it in. I had about 8lbs of Alfa Rack left over so I ordered this 18lbs of Imperial Clover to mix another batch up to go over it again next Saturday. I have 4 acres of Alfa Rack that was getting thin anyway, so decided to take this chance to increase the amount of clover in the mix.

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#3151604 - 02/04/13 04:43 PM Re: Imperial Clover sale [Re: Hunter 257W]
smstone22
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They ought to put it on sale with all the annual clover they put in it that is not likely to be successfully frost seeded.
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#3154883 - 02/07/13 10:39 AM Re: Imperial Clover sale [Re: smstone22]
Hunter 257W
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The clover arrived yesterday - now to get it spread Saturday and watch it grow!
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#3157032 - 02/09/13 04:45 AM Re: Imperial Clover sale [Re: Hunter 257W]
longnosedoe
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Love me some WI products. I have planted side by side comparisons and deer really like the imperial. I have a plot that is going on 4yrs that still looks very good. Frost seeded some chicory plus at the end of January and hope to see how that does frost seeding. Always put mine in during the fall.
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#3158302 - 02/10/13 08:32 AM Re: Imperial Clover sale [Re: longnosedoe]
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 Originally Posted By: longnosedoe
Love me some WI products. I have planted side by side comparisons and deer really like the imperial. I have a plot that is going on 4yrs that still looks very good. Frost seeded some chicory plus at the end of January and hope to see how that does frost seeding. Always put mine in during the fall.


Yeah, I've got some CO-OP clover plots that deer hardly touch while they consistently eat the Imperial clover.

I got the Imperial clover put out yesterday. I mixed Alfa Rack with it again about 50/50. I always have better luck with February planting of clover because you don't have to worry about drought like you do if you plant it in September. Besides you don't sweat putting it out in February. \:\) So far I have killed the chikory in the Alfa Rack mix every time because there are always a bunch of broadleaf weeds in the field and when I spray them it kills the chikory too. Since this field is being cut for hay though, I think chikory would hurt sale of the hay as most people would see it as a weed. I try to keep chikory available in another plot or two though as deer do love it.

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