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In white clover, Fitter and Stickland (1992) also indicated an apparent lack of response to soil nutrient variations, with the pH between 4.
WHITE CLOVER is the most widely used and persistent temperate pasture legume because of its aggressive stolons and reseeding ability.
He and colleagues from USDA's Natural Resources Conservation Service (NRCS) and the West Virginia and Virginia Extension Services recently finished collecting sample tips of stolons from more than 2,000 wild white clovers from the central Appalachian region.
6) Pennington Seed's Buckmasters Ultimate Wildlife Seed Mixture contains a blend of the company's long lasting Durana and Patriot white clovers, plus Choice Chicory and Red, Crimson, and Arrowleaf clovers.
In replicated greenhouse testing over time of genetically variable white clovers, the stress of frequent clipping significantly reduced all plant parameters and the leaf-to-stem ratio and the herbage-to-root ratio.
Achievements over 90 years of work include high-sugar and more digestible forage grasses, white clovers, high quality oats, improved turf grasses, and disease-resistant pearl millet, which was developed in collaboration with breeders in India.
However, survival percentage was more by the fourth week for alfalfa, and after the fifth week for alsike, red, and white clovers.
Perfect Plot includes New Zealand red and white clovers, alfalfa, winter peas, chicory and the best BioLogic brassicas.
Alfalfa had greater survival (23%) by the fourth week than later stages, but alsike, red, and white clovers had more survival after 5 wk of growth.
BioLogic Perfect Plot contains New Zealand red and white clovers, alfalfa, winter peas, chicory and brassicas.
WHITE CLOVER breeding efforts during the last 50 yr have resulted in the release of large-type or ladino white clovers (Pederson, 1995).