What about seeding ladino clover? Too late for that in VA?I don't know anything about your climate, but here in Virginia, far north of you I presume, we haven't started planting wheat or cover crops like rye, yet. So, I assume there's time for what you want to do, but the amount of growth you may get will be somewhat limited in the amount of growth. I'd go for it until early November.
What about seeding ladino clover? Too late for that in VA?
Depends on your level of ability to tolerate risk! I guess I'd rather gamble on it now rather than in the spring. Here's the thing. IF we have enough decent weather, that is to say, soils stay fairly warm (40s - 50s) and we get enough rain (who needs more rain, you could ask), the clover might germinate in maybe three weeks. Now it's Thanksgiving. The chances of a hard, hard freeze are growing. If the ground freezes solid to a depth of an inch for as little as a day or two, your clover is dead. A little clover root in a block of frozen soil will die of thirst! Does that happen to us here in central Virginia? It might. it might not. Maybe this is the year we get lucky.