crimson clover


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Synonyms for crimson clover

southern European annual with spiky heads of crimson flower

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Tibbee crimson clover planted at the recommended dates for Texas (mid-September to early November) flowered from 23 March to 3 April, whereas the later PDs flowered progressively later (Table 3).
This paper uses such an approach to compare profit-maximizing fertilizer nitrogen use, no-till corn yields and profits per acre for four cover crop systems (hairy vetch, crimson clover, Austrian peas (Pisum sativum L.
Germplasm diversity among cultivars and the NPGS crimson clover collection.
The differences between hairy vetch Hungvillosa on one hand and white clover, black medic, and crimson clover on the other were significant.
Results from two years of testing showed that AU Sunrise is a cultivar that flowers 5 to 18 d earlier than `AU Robin', the earliest crimson clover cultivar available on the market, and 12 to 28 d earlier than `Tibbee'.
Seeding rates in kilograms per hectare for the cover crops were as follow: subclover and crimson clover, 27; black medic and red clover, 20; hairy vetch, 70; and white clover, 10.
Corresponding pure live seed per square meter was: arrowleaf clover 678, crimson clover 511, rose clover 502, and subterranean clover 260.
Since 1956, 48 accessions of crimson clover have been placed into the USDA-Agricultural Research Service NPGS collection.
A large number of progeny were screened for seed set in the field using a crimson clover border to reduce the activity of feral honeybees in the selection nursery.
Fusarium wilt caused by E oxysporum was identified on crimson clover in Mississippi in 1982 (Pratt, 1982) and a germplasm with increased resistance was released (Pratt and Rowe, 1993).
Crimson clover was allowed to naturally regenerate from seed by allowing the plants to mature and drop seed onto the ground.
Other cover crops to consider for big gardens include hairy vetch, crimson clover, buckwheat and winter rye.
Crimson clover (Trifolium incarnatum) and fava beans fix nitrogen; oats and rye add organic matter.
Non-perennial legumes: hairy vetch, Austrian winter peas, field peas, forage soybeans, and crimson clover or any annual clover