These rhizobia isolated from root nodules of birdsfoot trefoil
plants cultivated on soil samples from pasture fields in different municipalities in South Brazil and selected based on the efficiency on symbiotic nitrogen fixation (Frizzo, 2007).
Forage potential of kura clover and birdsfoot trefoil
when grazed by sheep.
(Lotus corniculatus) can be harvested for hay and silage, but because of its weak stems, it is ideally suited for use as pasture.
Cell-wall concentration and components in stratified canopies of alfalfa, birdsfoot trefoil
and red clover.
The germination rates were high and similar for the germination chamber and the greenhouse for darnel (90%), rye grass (89%), alfalfa (83%) and birdsfoot trefoil
Comparing the first and third production sequence years, soil P in the surface 6 inches (15 centimeters) decreased 33 percent under a stand of pure chicory, but 5 percent under a mixed stand of grass, birdsfoot trefoil
Or, plant a deep rooting cover crop like birdsfoot trefoil
, crownvetch or sweet clover.
The free seeds include Cornflower, Field Poppy, Birdsfoot Trefoil
, Daisy and Clover and are guaranteed to add a fantastic array of vibrant colour to your garden.
The areas of land seeded with species such as lesser knapweed, field scabious, birdsfoot trefoil
and red clover aim to provide a food-rich habitat for pollinators such as wild bees, honeybees, hoverflies, butterflies and moths.
An alternative temperate CT legume would be birdsfoot trefoil
(Lotus corniculatus) (Scharenberg et al., 2007a).
Vetches and the first evening primroses of the year rose up among tangles of dog rose, woody nightshade and birdsfoot trefoil
Choose from a wide variety of pretty flowers that you used to see on your country walks when you were young, including species such as cornflower, poppies, birdsfoot trefoil