Ladino Clover is primarily a pasture crop. However, it is also ideal for wildlife. It has a dense growing habit and quick recovery, which makes it well suited for pasture and wildlife plots. The highly nutritious leaves makes this a high quality legume for grazing animals. It is usually sown in combination with grass. September – October or February – March are preferred seeding periods. Sow on prepared seed bed at a rate of 2-5 pounds per acre.