a European clover,
of the legume family, having heads of crimson flowers, cultivated as a forage plant in the U.S.
Stands are easier to get than with the common crimson clover.
Therefore, small grains are often seeded in a mixture with cool season annual legumes such as crimson clover or hairy vetch.
It grows well on light soils that are too sandy for crimson clover.
One study focuses on growing tomatoes and cabbage using hairy vetch, crimson clover and rye cover crops.
Crimson clover and other legumes also attract pollinators.
Crimson clover was getting combined, while red clover started to bloom.
Chemical control of weeds in crimson clover grown for seed production.