Resolute White Clover

Resolute is an intermediate white clover that was developed from a western Georgia ecotype population. This ecotype population was selected based on its persistence under grazing and under summer-drought and heat stress in that region. Resolute has outstanding persistence when compared to other intermediate and ladino white clovers and will successfully persist in tall fescue and bermudagrass grazing systems over a long period of time. Resolute has higher forage production when compared to other intermediate white clovers and higher total forage production than ladino white clovers in long term tests. The persistence of Resolute, coupled with its ability to give greater percentages of clover in available forage supply, results in higher animal gain when compared to ladino cultivars.

  • Outstanding persistence
  • High forage production
  • Designed for continuous and rotational grazing systems
  • Aggressive stolen activity
  • Excellent seedling vigor
  • Improved drought tolerance
  • Widely adapted
  • Winterhardy


  • Price: Call
  • Seeding Rate (lbs per acre): 6-8 alone; 2-4 lbs/acre in mixtures                                                        
  • Seeding Date:  April-May
  • Planting Depth: 1/4" - 1/2" deep