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The Whole Truth About Durana White Clover

There has long been a need for a persistent, productive, long-lived clover that is highly competitive in a mixed stand with perennial grasses or other aggressive plants including weeds.
“Durana will last at least three times longer than common ladion white clovers on the market today,” said Dr. Karl Hoveland, senior researcher and renowned forage expert with the University of Georgia’s Crop and Soil Science Department.
John Carpenter, national forage and wildlife products manager for Pennington Seed says “Several Durana demonstration plots, in fact, have had steady grazing from as many as 60 deer without any significant signs of stress.”

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