Dear Kentucky Member:
The Kentucky State Chapter Board of Directors is pleased to offer its members the opportunity to purchase several mixes at subsidized prices.
Annual members allowed 1 item
Sponsor members allowed 3 items
Upper Level members allowed 10 items
You may order any combination on discount seeds NOT to exceed limits based on membership level.
Download the order form.
NOTE: If you have a question concerning your membership level please call 800-843-6983 and ask for Membership.
12-pound bag of Clover Fab Five for just $30.00 each, shipping included
30-pound bag of Fall Combo Mix for just $32.00 each, shipping included
12-pound bag of Pro Plus for just $24.00 each, shipping included
Common Persimmon bareroot seedlings for just $24.00 per bundle (25/bundle), shipping included
Nuttall Oak bareroot seedlings for just $24.00 per bundle (25/bundle), shipping included
Each member may purchase additional units in unlimited quantities at the NON-SUBSIDIZED prices listed on the order form.
All orders filled on a first-come, first-served basis. Quantities are limited; seed ships approx. two weeks from date the order is received. All mixes will plant approximately 1 acre. Conduct soil test and add recommended soil amendments prior to planting. As a general rule for legumes: Soil pH should be 6.0 – 7.0, fertilize with 5-10-15 at a rate of 250 pounds per acre and a minimum of 2,000 pounds of lime per acre. Prepare the seedbed by disking or harrowing the ground to create a smooth seedbed. Broadcast seed over one acre from April into late May and in fall through September. (Fall seeding of legumes are best in the South). Then cover seed ¼” deep using a drag or cultipacker to insure good seed to soil contact. Always store seed in a cool, dry place prior to planting. Check with your Extension Office for appropriate planting times, methods and rates in your local area.
Available seed mixes include:
Clover Fab Five
This legume mixture provides almost equal proportions of five varieties of clovers: Crimson, Ladino, White Dutch, Arrowleaf and Berseem. This is the widest variety of clovers offered including annuals (even though most will reseed if conditions allow) and perennials. Plot should be an insect magnet and as a result attract turkey hens and poults foraging for insects in the summer.
An excellent fall mix for deer and turkeys. Twenty pounds of Austrian winter peas and a ten pound mixture of crimson clover and brassicas in separate bags within the shipping box. Need to add a bushel of your own wheat or oats to complete the smorgasboard. Peas and grain should be disked into well prepared seedbed and with proper soil amendments and then cultipacked.
Pro Plus consists of Alfalfa, Medium Red Clover, White Dutch Clover and Berseem Clover. It provides areas of food and cover through the winter and provides excellent nesting and brood-rearing cover during spring and early summer. It is heavily utilized by wild turkeys, deer and other wildlife.
Each purchase results in the establishment of quality wild turkey brood habitat. Your efforts support the Kentucky State Chapter efforts to Save the Habitat. Save the Hunt. Your membership and financial support at NWTF Hunting Heritage Banquets helps make this program possible and allows the NWTF to address high priority habitat needs in your state. THANK YOU!