Similarly, you may ask, should I cut my clover food plot?
Regular mowing clover plots back to 6 inches is suggested to keep a constant supply of fresh, young, tender greens. Clover responds to mowing with aggressive growth. Mowing is fine in spring and early summer but is not generally a good idea during the hot summer season.
Also to know is, does Clover need to be mowed?
Once established, most clovers are low-growing and require little or no mowing, unless you wish to discourage bees by mowing to prevent summer blooms. Never apply herbicides to a clover lawn. It is a short-lived perennial and may require reseeding approximately once every 3 years to maintain consistent coverage.
Once established, perennial clover comes back reliably, making it more suitable as a groundcover than annual species that usually need reseeding each year. Perennial clover will self-seed too, but it spreads consistently through its creeping root system.