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alsike

(ˈælsaɪk; -sɪk; ˈɔːl-)
n
(Plants) a clover, Trifolium hybridum, native to Europe and Asia but widely cultivated as a forage crop. It has trifoliate leaves and pink or whitish flowers. Also called: alsike clover
[C19: named after Alsike, Sweden]
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Alsike clover (Trifolium hybridum, all Zones) also makes a thick cover in moist ground.
Fresh legumes: Alfalfa (Lucerene) alsike beans clove kidney vetch peas sainfoin trefoil.
TRIFOLIUM HYBRIDUM L.; Alsike clover; Large gravel lot and adjacent field; Rare but locally common; C = 0; BSUH 17952.
Alsike clover (Trfolium hybridum), available from specialty growers and rural seed suppliers, also can be grown in damp areas.
The Alsike minimum-security camp east of Edmonton, aimed at rehabilitating chronic drunk drivers and also to be closed, and the Metis Nation Wilderness Camp have a joint operational budget of $1 million.
Depth of seeding Seed size (number (centimeters) /kilogram) Representative crops 0.6-1.3 135,000-2,250,000 Redtop, timothy, bluegrass, fescue, white clover, alsike clover, and tobacco 1.3-1.9 67,500-135,000 Alfalfa, red clover, sweetclover, crimson clover, ryegrass, foxtail millet, and turnip 1.9-3.8 22,500-67,500 Flax, sudangrass, proso, and bromegrass 3.8-5.1 4500-22,500 Wheat, oats, barley, rye, rice, sorghum, buckwheat, vetch, and mung bean 5.1-7.6 180-4500 Corn, pea, cotton, and soybean Table 13-5 Plant populations produced from 100 seeds at various depths on two soils.
Properly cured Alsike clover is a good hay for horses.
(1996b) Alsike clover (Trifolium Ellsbury & Baker (1988) hybridinum) Lappa clover (Trifolium lappaceum) Ellsbury & Baker (1988) Persian clover (Trifolium Ellsbury & Baker (1988); resupinatum) Pemberton et al.
The forage crop grown on all plots the season prior to potato planting was a mixture of timothy (Phleum pratense L.), alsike clover (Trifolium hybridum L.), and red clover (Trifolium pratense L.).
Common clovers include ladino, red, white, alsike, sweetclover, and subterranean clover.
Among clovers that grow in the southeastern USA, alsike (T.
Alsike clover is a short-lived perennial adapted to cool, moist areas.