Plant 15-20 lbs per acre at ¼"-½" in the Fall through early spring. Yellow-blossom sweetclover prefers loams and clays with a pH of 6-8 in well-drained soils. This seed is coated and pre-inoculated, so no additional inoculation is needed. Good drought tolerance. Shorter growth, more leaves, and finer stems than Hubam (white-blossom sweetclover). Best for soil improvement, grazing and hay production. Yellow-flowered biennial. 60 lbs per bushel.