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crimson clover

a European clover, Trifolium incarnatum, of the legume family, having heads of crimson flowers, cultivated as a forage plant in the U.S.
Also called Italian clover. Unabridged
Based on the Random House Dictionary, © Random House, Inc. 2015.
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  • 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.

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