Clover

  • Red Clover
  • White Clover
  • Berseem Clover

Red Clover

Trifolium pratense
Red Clover thrives well on a wide range of soils except very light, acidic, or waterlogged soil. It has a deep rooted system which makes it drought tolerant. Red clover is widely cultivated in most countries with a temperate climate and it tolerates low temperatures during winter. The tetraploid varieties are more vigorous and leafy.

Renegade
Red Clover

  • Multi-cut, diploid variety
  • Excellent forage yield
  • Improved disease & insect resistance
  • Excellent winterhardiness
  • Early flowering

Belle
Red Clover

  • Multi-cut, diploid variety
  • Very good forage yield
  • Improved disease & insect resistance
  • Excellent winterhardiness
  • Early flowering

White Clover

Trifolium repens
White clover thrives very well on soils with good water capacity. The yield on sandy soils is also very high provided there is sufficient moisture. It is more persistent than red clover, and forms many new shoots from the stolons. Winterhardiness is good. White clover in pastures increases palatability significantly. Digestibility, including flowerheads, is very high. The small leaved varieties are well suited for grazing, whereas the large leaved types can be used for conservation.

Crescendo
White Clover

  • Vigorous, large leaved variety
  • Good forage yield
  • Grazing tolerant
  • Good winterhardiness
  • Erect growth

Berseem Clover

Can be used for haylage, hay, pasture, green manure or a cover crop.

Winner NEW
Berseem Clover

  • Certified
  • Annual, multi-cut
  • Very good forage quality
  • Excellent companion for alfalfa
  • Rapid establishment