Subterranean Clover

Some articles on subterranean clover, clover, clovers:

Mount Barker, South Australia - History - The Discovery of Clover
... is also famous as the place where the value of subterranean clover, Trifolium subterraneum as a fodder crop was discovered, proved and first promoted by A ... Subterranean clover had been known for a very long time in Central and Southern Europe, but was looked upon as a roadside weed ... Howard proved the clover to be a valuable fodder plant in some soil types in temperate climates ...
Trifolium Subterraneum
... Trifolium subterraneum, the Subterranean clover often shortened to sub clover, is a species of clover native to northwestern Europe, from Ireland east to Belgium ... underground seed development, a characteristic not possessed by other clovers ... It can thrive in poor-quality soil where other clovers cannot survive, and is grown commercially for animal fodder ...
Littlehampton, South Australia - Subterranean Clover
... This was of Trifolium subterraneum (Subterranean Clover) This cultivar was later named 'Mount Barker' and is still commercially available ...

Famous quotes containing the words clover and/or subterranean:

    To make a prairie it takes a clover and one bee,—
    Emily Dickinson (1830–1886)

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