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  1. Vol. 52 No. 7, p. 379-381
     

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doi:10.2134/agronj1960.00021962005200070003x

Comparison of Ladino and Louisiana White Clovers in Three Grass Sods1

  1. J. P. Craigmiles and
  2. L. V. Crowder22

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Synopsis

Ladino types of white clover were superior to intermediate types in forage production, percent crude protein, and persistency. They also contributed a higher proportion to the grass-legume mixture. These findings were the same whether the clover was grown alone, with a grass, under irrigation, or without additional water. Only in seed production were the intermediate types superior to the Ladino types.

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