|MEDIUM RED CLOVER *
A short lived biennial adapted to soils that may not be productive for alfalfa. Can be used as a hay or pasture and should produce 2 cuttings a year. Very useful as a rescue crop to interseed into thin stands of alfalfa.
|MAMMOTH RED CLOVER *
Later and lower yield producing than Medium Red. Creates an intense fibrous root system that makes Mammoth an excellent soil stabilizer, builder and nitrogen producer.
|ALSIKE CLOVER *
Used widely in pasture mixes due to its high food value and forage quality. Well suited for wet or low land areas.
|YELLOW BLOSSOM SWEET *
Very winterhardy biennial soil builder. Dollar for dollar, the most efficient legume for putting nutrients back into the soil.
Low incidence of bloat in grazing animals makes Trefoil useful in pastures mixes. Very tolerant to acid and waterlogged areas. Also used as a soil stabilizer in highly erodible situations.
First choice for areas where erosion is a problem. Slow to establish yet very aggressive, drought tolerant and persistent once established.
|WHITE DUTCH CLOVER
Used in lawns and pastures due to its ability to supply nitrogen to other plants. Grows best under cool, fertile and moist conditions. Very useful in pasture mixes as a palatable perennial.
Taller version of White Dutch Clover with excellent protein content and palatability. A good choice for wildlife plots as a Deer and Elk attractant.