Biologic Premium Perennial

Priced: $69.99 Rated:   - 4 stars out of 5 by 4 reviews.
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This perennial is easy to plant, easy to grow and maximizes antler development and weight gain with its high-protein, mineral-rich forage. It is highly palatable and drought-resistant, and it produces excellent tonnage per acre. Spring plant.
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  • Maximizes antler development and weight gain
  • High-protein, mineral-rich forage
  • Highly palatable and drought-resistant
  • Easy to plant, easy to grow
  • Produces excellent tonnage per acre
  • Perennial
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Biologic Premium Perennial Reviews:

Positive Reviews:

premium perennial

I planted the seeds during the spring in an area that receives partial sun. The weather turned cold shortly after the seeds sprouted, but the plants survived several frosty nights with the temps in the low 30's. Now it's late in the spring and the plants are about 6-8 inches high and are growing well.
EMoy at Cabelas on 05/17/2012

excellent product

i planted this seed 7 yrs ago, and the deer absolutely hammered it. most perennial plots only last 3-5 yrs this stuff lasted 7 yrs, i will be replanting this in the spring.
DPTY2097 at Cabelas on 02/22/2013

Negative Reviews:

too bad

too bad this stuff didn't come up. Everything was correct when planting, maybe it just didn't have enough rain, either way it never grew.
BlackEagle2 at Cabelas on 01/09/2011

Neutral Reviews:

worth the price

Planted this product in late may and byt the second week of June I have a very nice cover area about 3" high and no bare spots.
scotty19 at Cabelas on 06/13/2011