Originally Posted by jg-32
Well I thought of that but didn't know if I bought say red clover if I can just put it a small seeder that you would use on your yard and be ok or not. I don't have a tractor or any equipment to go all out and this stuff says you can just throw it out on the ground and it will grow?
Do you have a way to work up the ground? I'm not fimiliar with any of the no till seeds out there.
A small seeder will work on alot of different seeds. Rye, clover, and most of the prepackaged stuff is on the small side. Get the dirt scratched up and more importantly is fertilizer. Doesn't matter how much or what it is without fertilizer it's not going to grow, lots of lime and triple 12 or 19. I try to put on 100 to 150 pounds a acre.