Beyond its undeniable forage qualities for cows and horses, clover significantly improves soil structure through its roots up to 50 cm deep.
It is also an interesting green manure because it fixes nitrogen in the air and enriches the soil.
It has melliferous properties for the production of honey.
Clover seeds are sown from August to September and flowering is from May to June. Characteristics:
- Botanical name: Trifolium incarnatum.
- Name in Spanish: Incarnate Clover.
- Nectiferous Value: Good.
- Polliniferous Value: Good.
- Sowing by area (10x10m): 200gr.
- Sowing time: August-September.
- Flowering time: May - June.
- Content: 500gr.