Crimson Clover

CHARACTERISTICS
Planting Rate 10-20 LBS per Acre
Plant Height 1-2 FT
Seed Count 135,000 Seeds per LB
Botanical Name Trifolium incarnatum
Life Cycle Annual
Environment Full Sun
Preferred Sites - Upland/Grassland - Disturbed
Bloom Period May-July
Flower Color Red
Pollinator Value Very Good
Grazing Value Very Good
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Description

Crimson Clover

 

This clover is an introduced, winter annual that is seeded in the fall for use the following Spring. Growing to 1-2 feet, this specie is a highly beneficial and useful legume.

 

  • Legume Seed should be inoculated when seeding into poor soils
  • Very good forage quality with high protein and palatability
  • Commonly used as a green manure
  • Very good pollinator habitat and food source
  • Fall seeded
  • Adapts to varying soil type
  • Crimson Clover adapts to poorer soils better than other clovers
  • Very good seed vigor and fast establishment
  • Nitrogen fixing legume

 

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