Red clovers are easy to establish legumes that are quick growing, and produce high quality forage. Red clovers are primarily used for pasture, hay, silage, and for soil improvement. Establishment practices range from overseeding to sowing in a prepared seed bed. pH requirements are lower than alfalfas. Red clover is available in one, two, and multi-year varieties.
RC3 is an erect, early flowering, double cut red clover with improved resistance to southern anthracnose and downy mildew. It is classified as semi-dormant in winter growth habit and is best adapted to regions with high to medium rainfall. It is also tolerant to more soil acidity and poorer soil drainage. This is a multi-year red clover.
An exceptional clover for use in haying situations. Fine stems with less pubescence help this clover dry down fast. Freedom Red Clover is a multi-year clover. Barenbrug
Medium Red Clover.
Two year clover that produces across all soil types and fits most management practices.