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Persian clover

Trifolium resupinatum

 

Persian clover is an annual, fine-stemmed and leafy species of clover which does well in cultivation as a main crop and as a catch crop. It can be planted on its own and in mixtures with annual and Italian ryegrass. Its impressive features include top yields of protein as well as green and dry matter. Persian clover is sensitive to frost, very resistant to diseases (especially anthracnose) and earns points for its fast growth.

 

Bundle: 25 kg

Category: Grasses and legumes

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  • Sowing and fertilising instructions
    Sowing rate:

    20 kg/ha when grown alone as main crop or catch crop

    Distance between rows:

    as cereals

    Sowing period:

    as main crop late March to early April, as catch crop July to mid-August

    Fertiliser:

    base fertilizer according to the results of the soil examination

    Sowing depth:

    1–2 cm

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