Source for berseem clover?

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    KSQ2 Well-Known Member

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    Do any of you have an online source for berseem clover for sale in bulk, priced reasonably?
     
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    I've ordered quite a bit of seed from Green Cover Seed the last couple of years. They also have this SmartMix app that lets you play with your fields and different seeds. It will tell you all sorts of compatibility and nutrient info. Got to make a log-in but it's fun to play with.

    Berseem Clover (Frosty) - OMRI Coated » Green Cover Seed
     
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    Thanks fellas!
     
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    I have played with this app for a couple of years now. I haven’t ordered seed from them but it’s a nice resource to have to help you reach a goal or goals via seed. I like to check Seed mixes from other companies on it to see if and how it helps the soil.

    How are they for seed/mix prices? Comparable to other companies? Good germination and plant quality?


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    Good seed! Kind of ashamed to say... but I've pretty much quit shopping for price comparisons. I usually buy from them because they have a good selection and I can get most of what I need in one order. I did have to split my order last fall but I'm getting VERY diverse in my blends so that's expected, I only had to use 2 sources. For bulk seed I order from the local CO-OP.

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    I do mine the same way. I've got a local place for my 50lb/bushel bags. I order my obscure stuff in yet. Some comes from green cover, some comes from other places.
     
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