Berseem is a fast growing summer annual clover, often acting as an ideal cover crop for rotations or forage producers thanks to its heavy nitrogen production. A leader in green manure and biomass production compared to other clovers, including highly efficient water use. This variety is quick to germinate, fast-growing, and provides an excellent opportunity for grazing, with protein content rivaling that of alfalfa.
This type of high quality clover can be planted as part of a pasture mix or a single strand hay crop. It has been very successfully cultivated for pasture use, hay/silage, and as a cover crop. Its strong taproots allow for a strong, fast growing plant that supports large, early flowering foliage. Kenland Red can tolerate a wide range of soil types, helping to also build up nitrogen and organic matter levels.
A very popular type of clover with high nutritive value and palatability. Up to four times larger than common white clover, it offers a great forage option on its own or when added to a pasture mix. This rapidly growing perennial does best on heavy soils with available moisture, resulting in more tonnage per acre than other clover varieties.
Applications for strawberry clover include its use in pasture, with grass mixtures for silage or hay, and as a green manure cover crop. Known for its ability to establish and persist in difficult soils, it's the most saline tolerant clover available, withstanding flooding and alkalinity alike. More hardy and adaptable than many other varieties, including a high tolerance for heavy grazing pressure, expect a consistently productive crop.