Best clover for poor clay land.
Tolerates wet soil, flooding, acid, and clay soils.
Perennial. Enriches the soil and provides humus. Broadcast in spring or autumn. Fixes about .27 lbs of nitrogen per 100 square feet per year.
BOTANICAL NAME: Trifolium hybridium
Broadcast seeds in spring in cool areas, or in fall for overwintering-can take pretty severe winter. Rake or harrow in so that birds do not eat the seed. Does well in most soils but prefers heavy silt or clay soils & lots of moisture. Known for ability to grow successfully on wet, cool, and sour soils. Grows from ½ -3' and is used mostly for hay. Makes good compost. Maximum nitrogen/protein when blooming, so that is a good time to cut.
GROW BIOINTENSIVE® CULTURAL INFORMATION: All/Spacing 5"
ADDITIONAL INFORMATION: Bee Friendly, Perennial, Fodder Crop