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Synonyms for clover

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pratense L.; alsike, T hydridum L., and black medic, Medicago lupulina L.), and pasture weeds such as dandelion, Taraxacum officinale Weber; plantain, Plantago spp.; and yarrow, Achillea millefolium L.
Trifolium hybridum L.; Alsike Clover; Fields; Frequent; (* #); C = 0; BSUH 11862.
Alsike clover sometimes poisons the skins of animals; especially whiteskinned ones.
Trifolium hybridum L.: (*, +); Alsike Clover; infrequent; driveway and gaming area; BSUH 12270.
Alsike clover, a pasture and hay legume adapted to and naturalized in parts of northeastern USA and Canada, was included for comparison.
Wild sweet clover and alsike is generally considered the best-tasting.
Trifolium hybridum L.: (*,+); Alsike Clover; common; roadsides and fields; BSUH 11250.
Arakeri and Schmid (1949) grew alfalfa, sweetclover, red clover, alsike clover, and white clover in the greenhouse at 20 [degrees] C.
Arakeri and Schmid (1949) grew alfalfa, sweetclover (Melilotus officinalis Lam.), red clover, alsike clover (T.
(1991) compared genetic variation in naturalized red clover and alsike clover (Trifolium hybridum L.) populations with native running buffalo clover (T.