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by the yellow sweetclover extract; even stronger than alfalfa and hairy vetch (Wu et al.
Alfalfa, sweetclover, clover, Canada thistle, sowthistle, and field bindweed were the most commonly identified species of broadleafed vegetation across all fields.
8 million) was used in Southcentral Alaska to fight invasive terrestrial plants like orange hawkweed (Hieracium aurantiacum), reed canarygrass, white sweetclover, European bird cherry (Prunus padus), and Canada thistle (Cirsium arvense).
Registration of these genetic stocks supplements three previously released and registered biennial, yellow-flowered, sweetclover germplasms, N27, N28, and N29 (Gorz et al.
In pure stands, yellow sweetclover can add up to 84 kg N [ha.
9 67,500-135,000 Alfalfa, red clover, sweetclover, crimson clover, ryegrass, foxtail millet, and turnip 1.
Landscape position and stocking system had negligible effects on the percentage cover of birdsfoot trefoil, alfalfa, sweetclover, kura clover, and cicer milk-vetch (Table 1).
Other forage legumes include clovers, birdsfoot trefoil, sweetclover, vetches, and sainfoin.
Average (37 year) wheat grain yields following green manure crops and fallow at two Montana locations (adapted from Army and Hide 1959) Previous crop/condition Moccasin, MT Huntley, MT kg/ha Fallow 1100 1570 Fieldpea 1140 1080 Sweetclover 1050 790 Rye 1140 1070 Ave.
Seasonal changes in nonstructural carbohydrates, protein, and macronutrients in roots of alfalfa, red clover, sweetclover, and birdsfoot trefoil.