crimson clover


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Noun1.crimson clover - southern European annual with spiky heads of crimson flowercrimson clover - southern European annual with spiky heads of crimson flower; extensively cultivated in United States for forage
clover, trefoil - a plant of the genus Trifolium
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Some of my favorite varieties include berseem clover/ arrowleaf clover and crimson clover.
To improve soil texture and fertility, plant nitrogen-fixing cover crops like crimson clover, fava beans, and hairy vetch.
Randle used cereal rye and crimson clover as cover crops before planting organic watermelon, squash, okra, and tomatoes.
Cazzato and Corleto [2] showed that Crimson Clover in four seed density (5, 10, 15 and 30 kg.
The farm raises perennial ryegrass, hazelnuts, straw, wheat, green beans, squash, and crimson clover.
Crimson clover belongs to the clover genus (Trifolium) of the legume family (Fabaceae).
Akin and Robinson (1982) observed little difference in fiber concentration between the lamina and petiole of arrowleaf clover (Trifolium vesiculosum Savi) and crimson clover (Trifolium incarnatum L.
BuckMasters Ultimate is a perennial plot mix of Durana white clover, Patriot white clover, Choice Chicory, red clover, crimson clover and arrowleaf clover.
Motschulsky (1860) Family Campanulaceae Tall bellflower (Campanula Vaurie (1948); Wildermuth & americana) Gates (1920) Family Fabaceae Alfalfa (Medicago sativa) Ellsbury & Baker (1988); Folsom (1909); Lintner (1881); Vaurie (1948); Wildermuth & Gates (1920) White sweet clover (Melilotus alba) Vaurie (1948) Yellow sweet clover (Melilotus Vaurie (1948) officinalis) Bur clover (Melilotus hispida) Vaurie (1948) Crimson clover (Trifolium Baker & Ellsbury (1989); incarnatum) Ellsbury & Baker (1988); Ellsbury (1990); Pemberton et al.
I ordered sorghum-sudan grass, Japanese millet, hairy-vetch, purple turnips, crimson clover, yellow sweet clover, red clover, wheat, annual rye, and alfalfa.
A range of other wildlife conservation practices will be shown through plots of wild flowers, grasses and game species - the latter including Crimson Clover, Phacelia, Buckwheat, Millet, Mustard and Sunflower.
As a result of the research, seed mixtures of white and crimson clover, hairy vetch and ryegrass are being used in the training areas.