Clover

(Trifolium)

Clover makes up over 300 species of plants in the leguminous or pea family. It can survive across all or most of the world in suitable habitats. Most clovers can be found in the temperate Northern hemisphere but it can also survive in South America and Africa. Clovers are herbaceous plants that are annual, biennial or short lived perennial.  Several species are widely cultivated as fodder plants. The most widely cultivated clovers are white clovers (Trifolium repens) and red clovers (Trifolium pratense). Clover can be planted alone or in mixtures for numerous reasons: it produces an abundant crop, it is palatable and nutritious for livestock, it fixes nitrogen, it grows in a wide range of soils and climates, and it is appropriate for either pasture or green manure.

 

high nitrogen, high protein Fixation balansa clover

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  • Annual clover
  • Late maturing
  • Extremely high nitrogen fixation
  • Yields up to 5,250lbs in a single cutting
  • Stems up to 10 ft. long
  • Crude protein is 22% to 28.4%
  • Relative feed values as high as 277

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non-bloating, high protein Frosty berseem clover
  • Annual clover
  • Late maturing
  • Non-bloating
  • Supports multiple cuttings/grazings
  • Excellent regrowth
  • Crude protein are 16.5% to 22.1%
  • Relative feed values as high as 182

       • Outstanding cold

          tolerance

       • Late maturity

       • Increased forage yields

       • Excellent in pollinator

          mixes

       • Excellent regrowth

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  • Perennial clover
  • Highly winter active
  • Exceptional disease resistance
  • High nitrogen fixation
  • Excellent persistence
  • Very palatable
  • Large-leaved

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disease resistant, winter active Domino Ladino Clover
  • Perennial clover
  • Extended growing season
  • Excellent yield
  • Winter hardy
  • Rapid establishment
  • Highly compatible

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rapid establishing Dynamite double cut red clover

       • Excellent cold tolerance

       • Faster establishment than

          Caucasian clover

       • Increased persistence from

          rhizomatous root system

       • Withstands heavy grazing

       • Nitrogen fixation

          comparable  with white

          clover

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