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purple vetch and red clover seed???????? #7711682 01/08/20 05:30 PM
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Is it too late to plant these in north texas? Been too many years since Ive done it.


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Re: purple vetch and red clover seed???????? [Re: takewhatyoucan64] #7711824 01/08/20 07:39 PM
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I am not sure but a call to https://www.turnerseed.com and they can tell you, and sell you the seed if you wish

Re: purple vetch and red clover seed???????? [Re: takewhatyoucan64] #7712017 01/08/20 10:31 PM
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If you are using them for a green fertilizer crop then I would say it all depends on when you plan to plant your veggies. Some will say it is never too late to plant because of their nitrogen fixing qualities and that it will be beneficial to anything growing along side it.

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