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White Clover

Characteristics

Variety

White Clover

Use

Pasture

Root Habit

Rhizo-matous

Plant Type

Low Growing

Preferred Growing Conditions

Prefers heavier moist soils

Production Period

Spring – Fall

Key Features

  • Low growing
  • Tolerant to close mowing and grazing

Limitations

  • Bloat hazard

Environmental Tolerances

Winter Hardiness

Good

Drought Tolerance

Poor

Flooding Tolerance

Low to Moderate

Optimum PH

5.5–7.0

Acidity Tolerance

Moderate

Alkalinity Tolerance

Low

Salinity Tolerance

Low

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