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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However, the relationship was not as accurate as DOY or DAP, which supports the report by Knight (1985) that flowering of crimson clover is primarily controlled by DL.
Their own study of crimson clover (Trifolium incarnatum L.
14, 16 A British Isles, Spain, Crimson clover Portugal, France, Italy, Balkan Peninsula, Turkey, Albania, Bulgaria, Greece, Italy, Sicily, Romania, Yugoslavia, Turkey, Syria, Iraq T.
Since other legumes may have better potential as overwintering cover crops, the freezing resistance was also studied in the following species: Crimson clover, black medic, barrel medic, snail medic, yellow sweetclover, and hairy vetch.
AU Sunrise' crimson clover (Trifolium incarnatum L.
The experiments included subclover, hairy vetch, crimson clover, black medic, white clover, and red clover.
Of the annual clover species, crimson clover is perceived to have the best seedling vigor (Knight, 1985).
trifoliorum collected from alfalfa (ALF), hop clover (HC), crimson clover (CC), hairy vetch (HV), and red clover (RC) on stems of 50 alfalfa plants.
Crimson clover (2n = 2x = 14) is an erect-growing annual forage that is primarily grown in regions with Mediterranean-like climates for hay and grazing, and in the southeastern USA for overseeding with cool-season annual grasses in warm-season perennial grass pastures to reduce beef production costs and improve animal performance (Hoveland and Evers, 1995).
The nursery was surrounded by a 5-m-wide border of crimson clover (Trifolium incarnatum L.
Crimson Clover is an economically important winter annual legume for the South.
To estimate the reseeding ability of crimson clover, a 0.