Barduro is a persistent red clover variety named for its hardiness and durability. In a hay cutting trial at the Auburn Research Center, Barduro was the only variety to survive during their worst drought in 25 years.
If interseeding into existing grass, be sure to mow or graze the field low. This opens up the soil for seed to soil contact. Can be broadcasted or drilled, does not tolerate deep planting. Calibrate your drill or spreader for accurate rates.
|Seeding Rate - Interseeded||8-10 lbs/ac (unless otherwise noted)|
|Seeding Rate - Straight Stand||25-35 lbs/ac (unless otherwise noted)|
|Planting Depth||surface to 0.25"|
|Target Harvest Height||8-15" for grazing, at 20% bloom for haylage|
|Target Residual Height For Regrowth||3-4"|