Kura Clover


  • Extremely persistent, spreading, perennial legume
  • Extensive rhizome system vegetatively propagates itself
  • Slow to establish (2-3 years)
  • Seed is not pre-innoculated

Best Use: High-use pastures or as living mulch

Adaptation: Stands up to heavy field traffic and frequent intensive grazing. Avoid droughty, shallow soils.

Management: Do not seed with nurse crop and manage weeds until established. Do not intensively graze past Sept. 1.

Planting Date: April 15 – June 1; July 15- August 15

Seeding: Broadcast 12 to 16 lbs straight and 6 to 10 lb in mixture or drill ¼ – ½ in. deep.


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Helpful Articles

Establishing Kura Clover Stands, University of Wisconsin

KURA CLOVER: A Promising Pasture Legume for Wisconsin, University of Wisconsin

Kura Clover Varietal Trial Results (2011), University of Minnesota

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Per Pound, 50lb Bag