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Cover crop species with perennial, biennial and annual alternatives. Known for its ability to biologically fix nitrogen into the soil and attract beneficial insects.

  • Alfalfa (Common) – OMRI Inoculated

    as low as
    $2.50 per lb.
  • Alfalfa (GCS Lowlig Apex) – OMRI Coated

    as low as
    $3.75 per lb.
  • Alsike Clover (OMRI Inoculated)

    as low as
    $2.70 per lb.
  • Balansa Clover (Fixation) – Coated

    as low as
    $2.20 per lb.
  • Berseem Clover (Balady) – OMRI Inoculated

    as low as
    $2.25 per lb.
  • Berseem Clover (Frosty) – OMRI Coated

    as low as
    $2.95 per lb.
  • Chickling Vetch (VNS)

    as low as
    $0.72 per lb.
  • Chickpea (Desi)

    as low as
    $0.75 per lb.
  • Common Vetch

    as low as
    $1.00 per lb.
  • Crimson Clover (Dixie) – OMRI Inoculated

    as low as
    $1.50 per lb.
  • Faba Bean (Petite)

    as low as
    $0.67 per lb.
  • Guar (Kinman)

    as low as
    $0.65 per lb.
  • Hubam White Sweet Clover – OMRI Inoculated

    as low as
    $2.50 per lb.
  • Mung Beans

    as low as
    $1.05 per lb.
  • Persian Clover – OMRI Inoculated

    as low as
    $2.15 per lb.
  • Red Clover (Medium Red) – OMRI Inoculated

    as low as
    $2.05 per lb.
  • Cowpeas (Red Ripper)

    as low as
    $1.05 per lb.
  • Sainfoin (Shoshone) – Certified

    as low as
    $2.55 per lb.
  • Soybeans (Group 5.5) Non-GMO

    as low as
    $0.50 per lb.
  • Spring Forage Pea (4010)

    as low as
    $0.37 per lb.
  • Spring Lentil (Indian Head)

    as low as
    $0.70 per lb.
  • Sunn Hemp

    as low as
    $1.45 per lb.
  • White Clover (Ladino) – OMRI Coated

    as low as
    $2.80 per lb.
  • White Clover (Louisiana) – OMRI Coated

    as low as
    $2.80 per lb.

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