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Trifolium Resupinatum is an annual which is widely used across Europe, though less common in the UK it can be a useful forage plant. Growing on most soils, even heavy types, and on slighty acidic to alkaline pHs, as a clover it is, of course, a nitrogen fixer.
If autumn sown it grows well in spring with good summer growth after cutting or grazing. It may also be sown in spring for grazing or cutting later in the year. Compatible in seed mixtures with most grasses and legumes, when you’re creating a grass seed mix, allow no more than 3% clover seed. On soils that suit it - those with high fertility and plenty of rainfall - yields would approach that of red clover, and remember to sow at 2g per metre square.
For a one year ley, Persian clover will be a very good option and will be more productive than red clover for a short-term nitrogen boost.
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April - May is the ideal time for sowing in the spring, when soils are just warming up as Persian clover will not establish under cold temperatures and is unlikely to be successful if sowing extends too far into September.
Persian clover is usually only cut once and may be cut high at an early stage if weed control is required. If cut at full flowering there will be little regrowth, and often it will kill the plant off. Normally winter frosts will kill Persian clover before the following spring crop.