Ladino clover


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Ladi′no clo′ver


n.
a giant variety of white clover, Trifolium repens lodigense, used for pasture and hay.
[1920–25]
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Some favorite legumes that do well are crimson clover, white clover, ladino clover, Tripoli white clover, Austrian winter peas and Arrowleaf clover.
Deer can be finicky, and it seemed like they preferred ladino clover over anything else I tried.
That means a ladino clover plot planted this fall likely may not provide a hunting opportunity until next fall.
We planted a road going through the property in red and ladino clover to provide another acre of food source.
It has a nutritive value similar to ladino clover (Trifolium repens L.) and lower acid detergent fiber (ADF) and lignin concentrations than alfalfa (Medicago sativa L.) forage (Allinson et al., 1985).
A native prairie of black-eyed Susans, Indian grass, big and little bluestem, ladino clover, and other native grasses quilts the 32 acres of bottomground near the river.
In addition, he cleared two other ridgetops on a 300acre timber parcel and planted Ladino clover and winter wheat.
This result is consistent with a previous study in which grass-legume mixtures (ladino clover with smooth bromegrass or orchardgrass) under a three-cut schedule produced higher yields than under a five-cut schedule (Wolf and Smith, 1963).
Producing ladino clover (Trifolium repens L.) seed in California.
Influence of fungicide and insecticide applications on persistence of ladino clover. Agron.