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Durana is an intermediate
white clover. Intermediate clovers have a medium leaf size
and a leaf density that is very thick, from the ground to
the top of the plant. This leaf density will help prevent
weed invasion. Durana possesses a high stolon density; it
has 97 stolons per square foot, unlike conventional ladino
clovers which only have 52 per square foot. It is
pre-inoculated and lime coated for easy seeding and optimal
here to read about the advantages of planting Durana
Durana will outlast conventional ladino clovers in
food plots and persist for years on good moisture holding
soils. With protein levels of over 25% and digestibility of
Type: cool season perennial legume
Uses: Rackmaster® Durana White Clover is the newest
white clover on the market for whitetail deer management.
Durana was developed by Dr. Joe Bouton, while at the
University of Georgia, to persist under grazing pressure,
tolerate acidic soils, compete aggressively with weeds and
grasses and to tolerate low management situations.
Durana will make an excellent pure stand or
combination planting for any food plot to feed, attract and
hold game on your property. Durana is persistent, productive
and a highly preferred white clover.
Nutrition: 18 to 28% crude protein and total
digestible nutrients (TDN) ranging from 65 to 85%
Planting Rackmaster Durana Clover
Date: Sept. - Oct. and Feb. - April
Rate: 8 lbs./acre or ¼ lb./1000 sq. ft.
Depth: 1/8" maximum
Deer, Turkey, Rabbit, and Quail
methods: Broadcast seed on a tilled, smoothed, firm seedbed. Lightly
drag seed with a log or similar object to barely cover seed
with soil. Good seed-soil contact equals success
Make sure dept of planting does NOT exceed 1/8 inch.
Stand failures can result from seed planted too deeply.
Test soil prior to planting and lime to a pH of 6.0 to 6.5.
Fertilize to provide adequate levels of potassium and
phosphorus to ensure a productive stand. Durana
captures atmospheric nitrogen in the range of 50 to 150 lbs.
per acre per year.
Durana Clover In Bloom
Durana Clover After Mowing