white clover

NOUN
  1. creeping European clover having white to pink flowers and bright green leaves; naturalized in United States; widely grown for forage
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  • Researchers are now one step closer to unlocking the genetic mechanisms behind four leaves in white clover and fixing this trait for breeding purposes.
  • Sand culture experiment, electron microscopy technique were used to investigate the compound effects of nitrogen and zinc on nodule development and ultrastructure of white clover.
  • White clover is in flower in the lawn and the bees love it. Times, Sunday Times
  • The sheep and cattle all run together on swards, which are predominately white clover mixtures, and Howard told me that the mixed stocking and the highly nutritious clover leys have a big bearing on the way his livestock thrive.
  • White clover is an important herbage legume in low input sustainable pastures in temperate regions of the world.
  • The wild raspberries, the white clover, and the sea air would suit you to a tee.
  • Now red and white clover, medick and vetches flower throughout the summer, shedding a bank of seeds in autumn. Times, Sunday Times
  • In Denver, white clover, raoulia (Raoulia australis), mouse ear cerastium (Cerastium ssp.) and pennywort (Hydrocotyle sibthorpioides). Pamper your pet's paws outdoors
  • He's also seeded pastures with legumes like alfalfa and red and white clovers.
  • Though the four-leaf variety may be best known for bringing luck to its discoverer, white clover is also known a high quality forage, and for its presence as a ubiquitous lawn weed.
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