Alsike clover by D. T. Fairey

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Statement[D.T. Fairey].
SeriesPublication / Agriculture Canada -- 1264/E, Publication (Canada. Agriculture Canada) -- 1264.
ContributionsCanada. Agriculture Canada. Communications Branch.
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Pagination18 p. :
Number of Pages18
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Open LibraryOL13638698M
ISBN 100662150996
ISBN 109780662150992

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The Alsike clover can induce photosensitivity or liver trouble for horses who snack on it. This clover is made all the more dangerous due to its palatability, as horses will often consume large quantities. Although most clovers are a safe and Alsike clover book addition to many pasture mixtures, the Alsike clover (Trifolium hybridum) is known to cause Get this from a library.

Alsike clover. [A J Pieters; United States. Bureau of Plant Industry.; United States. Department of Agriculture.] -- "Alsike clover is most at home in northern latitudes or at high altitudes. It thrives best in a cool, moist climate.

In the Ohio Valley alsike clover Alsike clover is a plant with a semi-erect, sparsely branched, grooved stem, hairy in its upper regions. The leaves are alternate and stalked with small stipules. The leaves have three blunt-tipped ovate, unspotted leaflets with finely toothed margins.

The flowers    (Alsike clover generalized adaptation and common use map.) More highly detailed maps, based on quantitative climatic and soil factor tolerances and using GIS spatial grids, provide information on where species are suitable for a variety of intended :// Alsike Clover obtained its name from a small parish in central Sweden, called Alsike, where its cultivation began about a hundred years ago.

It came into general use in Europe about the middle of the nineteenth century and is now commonly grown in practically all European countries except the most southern Alsike clover is especially valuable for hay, either >:rovn alone or in combination with grasses or with mammoth clover.

It produces a very fine, soft hay that is likely to be nearly all consumed by li Dry farming in western Canada Dry farming in western Canada dryfarminginwes00brac Year: LESSONS FROM EXPERIENCE   Alsike clover is used for hay, pasture, and soil improvement, and is preferred where very wet or acid soils are encountered.

It is generally out produced by other clover species for particular uses. Alsike clover is seldom grown by itself as it grows well in mixtures with grasses. Grass/alsike clover mixtures are easier   Alsike clover plants are super adaptable flowers that usually grow on roadsides, as well as in damp pastures and fields.

Although not native to North America, alsike clover plants have made their way to about two thirds of North America, specifically in moist areas. If you're interested in learning how to grow alsike clover plants, keep reading. Alsike clover is a fast-growing, short-lived perennial clover, intermediate between white and red clover.

Most commonly, diploid varieties are grown in Western Canada, but there are also tetraploid types (double the number of chromosomes with taller plants, larger leaves, and flowers)   Alsike Clover is an introduced, Alsike clover book, non-creeping perennial with a growth habit similar to red clover.

It is believed to have originated from near the village of Alsike in central Sweden. It has been grown extensively in Europe since the early ’s and was introduced to Alsike Clover is a short-lived perennial cool-season crop lasting years with a deep taproot and growing 24 to 36 inches tall.

It does well on low, poorly drained soil and tolerates more alkalinity than most other clovers. Alsike Clover will tolerate flooding for longer periods, but it may be killed out if drought periods become :// Crimson Clover Seeds (Coated) - 5 Lb - Garden Cover Crop, Non-GMO, Open Pollinated, Perennial, Heirloom - Coated for Easy Planting out of 5 stars 4 $ $ 99?k=alsike+clover+seed.

Feeding alsike clover in the form of either hay or pasture has been an issue due to potential toxicity for horses and it is not easy to tell the difference between red clover and alsike clover with the naked eye.

In terms of soil types, alsike clover is more tolerant of poorly drained soils than red clover. Potential symptoms from alsike clover poisoning might be: photo sensitization Alsike Clover is a short-lived, non-creeping perennial clover with a growth habit similar to red clover and can be used for hay, pasture, soil improvement, and wildlife food plot.

Alsike Clover, when flowering is especially attractive to bees. This clover prefers very wet or acidic soils and is typically planted in a m Alsike clover is a nitrogen fixing plant from the same family as alfalfa, with the same ability to glean nitrogen from the air and store it in the roots.

Seldom used as animal feed, due to its short stature making it hard to harvest, this legume is valued more for its erosion controlling :// [answer] Alsike clover (Trifolium hybridum) poisoning is a relatively common cause of photosensitivity in horses, especially in the northwest United States, or where alsike clover and red clover Alsike clover tolerates a wide range of soil conditions, including soils too acidic and wet for other clovers.

Used for hay, pasture and soil improvement and is particular beneficial to honey bees. Performs best when partnered with grasses. Alsike clover can be grown without irrigation in areas receiving at least 18 inches of annual :// Alsike Clover (Trifolium Hybridum) - Alsike clover is a short-lived perennial plant, alsike clover lacks persistence so is treated agriculturally as a biennial.

It is grown widely in the eastern and northern mid-western states from bulk clover seeds, and in the Pacific Northwest. Similar in many ways to red clover, it matures a week to ten days :// An illustration of an open book. Books. An illustration of two cells of a film strip.

Video. An illustration of an audio speaker. Audio. An illustration of a " floppy disk. Software. An illustration of two photographs. Alsike clover Item Preview remove-circle Share or Embed This :// Alsike white clover is a short-lived perennial clover that tolerates wet and acidic soils much better than alfalfa and slightly better than red clover.

It is commonly used for hay, pasture, and soil improvement. Honey bees and other pollinator species are especially attracted to its white flowers for the nectar and pollen.

Its relatively shorter growth height (compared to other clovers) makes Alsike Clover: Alsike clover has smooth stems and leaves, reaching a height of feet.

This introduced plant tends to recline or lodge unless companion plants hold the stem upright. The flowers are pink to white, and are borne along the length of the stem.

The flower heads are much smaller than red clover, and the stems do not terminate in a ?id=1. Would like to plant a large patch of alsike clover on my property for my bees this spring. I understand it will bloom from seed the first year planted. My concern is that I have a large deer population around and they may eat it all up before it can do the bees any good.

I know that deer love alfalfa, so I'm thinking that clovers may attract them :// Labels related to the pest - Clover, Alsike. Toggle navigation. 0   Alsike clover is named after the parish of Alsike in Sweden, where Carl von Linné studied the species.

He thought that it was a new hybrid between white clover (T. repens) and red clover (T. pratense), which is where the plant’s species name hybridum comes from.

However, although alsike clover shares many characteristics of white and red Alsike Clover is a short- lived perennial clover that acts as a biennial.

It is well adapted to cool climates and wet soils. It grows well in poorly drained soil and offers high forage quality, similar to alfalfa.

It is ideal for hay production in areas of high precipitation or poorly drained soils and for [ ] Jeri W. Nieves, in Osteoporosis (Fourth Edition), Red Clover (Trifolium pratense)Red clover is a wild plant belonging to the legume family and is often used to relieve symptoms of menopause, high cholesterol, and osteoporosis.

A review of the potential skeletal benefit of red clover concluded that there was limited evidence of efficacy [28].In a placebo-controlled 3-year trial, 40mg of /red-clover.

Alsike clover is an introduced, short-lived, non-creeping perennial with a growth habit similar to red clover. It is not commonly used in the arid Southwest. It prefers moist environments but needs full sun. In general Alsike Clover needs a minimum of 18″ of precipitation and cannot tolerate drought but it can take a Abstract.

Trifolium hybridum (alsike clover) has been implicated as the cause of two diseases of the horse. One of these is photosensitivity, of which alsike clover is only one of a number of presumed causal agents.

The other is a fatal syndrome which is known as “alsike clover poisoning” and which is manifest by progressive loss of condition, signs of hepatic failure, and varying degrees Alsike clover is a short plant, usually growing no taller than feet, if that. It has flowers that are white to purple.

Geographic Locations. This plant is found throughout the United States and Canada. It prefers soils that are moist, and therefore tends to grow better in areas that receive adequate :// alsike (ăl`sīk): see clover clover, any plant of the genus Trifolium, leguminous hay and forage plants of the family Leguminosae (pulse family).

Most of the species are native to north temperate or subtropical regions, and all the American cultivated forms have been introduced from ://+clovers. This book examines the literature on red clover since about In each of the 17 chapters, an effort was made to summarize the earlier literature and to integrate the recent findings into this background.

The timing is appropriate with the present interest in sustainable agriculture, in which red clover was so prominent in the :// Thomas J. Divers, Michelle Henry Barton, in Equine Internal Medicine (Fourth Edition), Clover Poisoning.

Alsike clover (Trifolium hybridum) and red clover (Trifolium pratense) poisoning rarely occurs in horses pastured or fed hay containing these types of clovers.

The toxic principle in alsike clover has yet to be identified. It is not known whether the agent is a toxic Alsike clover, in either hay or pasture form, is poisonous to horses. It can trigger a severe skin reaction to sunlight or it can kill horses within 24 hours of ://   Alsike clover (Trifolium hybridum) and red clover (Trifolium pratense) are valuable forage crops in North America and are often included in pasture seed mixes.

However, these plants can be The material and content contained in the Greenbook label database is for general use information only. Agworld and Greenbook do not provide any guarantee or assurance that the in Alsike Clover.

than when merely 2 or 3 inches of water stand on the field, but stands of this clover are known to have survived being under 2 feet of water in spring.

Sometimes the stan(l is killed, but the seedl that has fallen germinates proml)tly when the water drains off, and a fair crop is://metadc/m1/ Clover Book Summary: Sarah Chauncey Woolsey (aka Susan Coolidge; ): Her childhood and adolescence provided the background for her most famous work, the five book of the "Katy" series.

"Clover", first published inis the fourth book of this popular family series for   Nearly heart-shaped except notch slightly off center. Pounds Per Bushel: 60 Alsike Clover. A winter-hardy legume; provides forage for domestic animals and food and cover for wildlife.

General Product Information: Item Number: TRIHYB01 Species Type: Naturalized Product Categories: Cover Crops, Forage & Pasture Sites, Herbaceous Flowering Species, Wildlife Habitat & clover rot的中文意思:三叶草腐烂病 ,查阅clover rot的详细中文翻译、发音、用法和例句等。 查电话号码 I forgot to bring my book with me. 糟了!忘记带书来了。 Rot the luck.

弄糟了。 n. 1.腐朽,腐烂;腐败,堕落。 2.【植物;植物学】腐烂病 3.〔英俚. Summary This chapter deals with several miscellaneous perennial clovers. It discusses alsike clover, strawberry clover, kura clover, and zigzag clover. Aspects relating to crop distribution and ada   Wikispecies.

Etymology []. From Alsike, Sweden. Noun []. alsike (plural alsikes). Trifolium hybridum, a species of clover with pinkish or white flowers.New Zealand Journal of Agricultural Research (volume 2, number 3, page ) The next best growth was shown by the alsikes and N.Z.

white clovers. Only about a third of the varieties were significantly affected by phosphate ://This is the first book to be published which deals solely with this important forage species. Audience: Primarily scientists and scientifically trained technicians who will appreciate an up-to-date summary on red clover.

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