Most red clover is a weak perennial or strong biannual. Gallant red clover, offered exclusively from CISCO, has been selected for more longevity.
Special attention was given to disease resistance and a longer stand life. Selection from the breeding plots did not even start until the third year of growth. Gallant red clover was developed in northwestern Indiana by a very qualified, experienced plant breeder and has performed exceptionally well in yield trials.
So when you decide to seed a new pasture or frost seed an existing pasture, consider planting the longer-lived Gallant red clover. It provides you a better return on your investment (see results of overseeding Gallant here) in reduced seeding costs over the years as well as better yield and persistence.
Click here to read about the benefits of adding red clover into your pasture or hay fields.