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Design of the Plant-O-Vator

Plant-O-Vator Advantages

Interseeding Corn in living Bahia Sod

Interseeding Legumes in Bahia Sod

Legumes for high quality forage

Test Results of Chickasaw Clover

Interseeding Mung Beans in Bahia Sod

Interseeding Cowpeas and Millet iin Bahia Sod

Interseeding Legumes in Bahia Sod

Test results of mung beans and cowpeas

Hay King renovation of bermuda grass

Results of renovating in Bahia Sod

Interseeding Peas and Soybeans in Bahia Sod

Interseeding Silage Corn and Clay Peas in Bahia Sod

Gulf South Region Results

Georgia & Florida Results

Wyoming, Colorado, New Mexico Results

Montana Results

Plant-O-Vator Testimonial

Hays barley trials in the Deep South

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Tarver Sales Corporation

We're all about forage. Planting to Harvesting. Since 1950

Phone: 1-800-848-9303

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Tarver Sales Corporation

84636 Highway 25

Folsom, LA 70437



Plant-O-Vator® Results

Second cutting—June 3, 2008

Legumes for High Quality Forage and Nitrogen Production

Second growth of clover 22 days after first cutting. Planted late November 2007 in Bahia sod in 12-inch rows with Plant-O-Vator®.

A remarkable third growth of this clover in very hot, dry weather. Picture taken June 10, 2008.

First cutting—May 12, 2008

Third re-growth—July 6, 2008

Third cutting—July 10, 2008

Third cutting—July 10, 2008. Excellent hay.                 

Crude protein—20.55% and 21.6%.

Fourth regrowth, August 13, 2008

In August, the Bahia grass outgrew the slowing growth of the clover and formed a canopy/shade over the clover. Where this canopy was left for a period of time, the clover died. Where the crop was cut earlier and the canopy was not allowed, the clover grew from November 2007 to November 2008. At this writing, it appears ready for another year of uninterrupted growing.

White Ladino Chickasaw Clover (With a blend of Rampart, Oceola and Pinnacle)

From late November 2007 through August 2008.

Fertilizer and seed amounts were varied to find optimum growth with least expense.