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Benifits

● Early Forage Production
● Early Maturity, 24-30 days earlier than Yuchi or Apache Arrowleaf Clover
● Adapted to Sandy - Loamy acid Soils.
● Deep Rooted
● Due to its early maturity, Cefalu is suitable for grazing – using less moisture and producing similar amounts of forage than other varieties of Arrowleaf Clover

Planting Information:

Planting Rate 
   Drill/Row
10-12 lbs/acre
   Broadcast:
12-15 lbs/ acre
Planting Depth:
1/4-1/2 inch
Perfered Soil Type:
Sandy Loam- Clay Loam 
Perfered Soil pH
5.5-7.5
Rainfall Requirments
18-50 inches
Flood Tolerance
Good
Drought Tolerance:
Fair 

SOIL HEALTH BENIFITS:

Nitrogen Fixation:
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Nitrogen Scavenging:
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Nutrient Recycling:
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Erosion Control:
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Weed Suppression:
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Plant Use:

Grazing
   Contiuous Grazing
Fair-Poor
   Rotational Grazing
Good- Excellent
  Hay
Fair-Good
Livestock
    Cattle
Excellent
     Horses
Good
     Sheep/Goats
Good- Excellent
Wildlife:
    Deer
Good- Excellent
    Quail
Good
    Dove
N/A
    Turkey
Good

Plant Growth Characteristics:

Life Cycle:
Annual
Season of Use:
Winter/ Spring
Native/Introduced:
Introduced
Growth Habit:
Semi-Erect
Plant Height:
12-24 Inches
Seedling Vigor
Fair-Good
Method of Reporduction:
Seed
Reseeding Traits:
Fair-Good
Recovery after Clipping:
Good