Farm Seed Legumes
Legumes
Legumes
Legumes are a group of plants in the pea family, which includes beans, vetch, clover, and alfalfa, all of which supply nitrogen to the soil through rhizobial bacteria. Planting legumes improves soil health, reduces fertilizer costs, and increases yields. Further benefits they provide when used as a cover crop include erosion control, addition of organic matter to the soil, and moisture conservation.
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Improved white pasture clover. Previously "White Dutch Clover."
An improved pasture white clover. Previously sold under the name White Dutch Clover.
60-70 bloom
A tremendous green manure and honey plant.
A tremendous green manure and honey plant.
60-70 bloom
Fast-growing, annual alfalfa with high forage and biomass yield.
The best clover for poor soils.
The best clover for poor soils.
70-90 bloom
Low-growing, multicut clover.
Low-growing, multicut clover.
Short-term, legume green manure for nitrogen fixation.
60 - 300 Days
Grow alone or in mixes as a short-term green manure.
52-75 seed
An upright, winter annual legume.
An upright, winter annual legume.
70-90 bloom
An upright, winter annual legume.
An upright, winter annual legume.
70-90 bloom
Grow alone or in mixes as a short-term green manure.
52-75 seed
Low-growing, multicut clover.
Low-growing, multicut clover.
Green manure with the ability to fix nitrogen in 45 days.
A great cover crop for warm weather and Southern growers.
60 - 90 Days
An excellent cover crop, livestock feed, or smother crop.
Grow alone or in mixes as a short-term green manure.
52-75 seed
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