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Red Clover

Abstract: ed clover is an important seed and forage crop in western Oregon. Lime, phosphorus, potassium, sulfur, and boron will increase yields under
some western Oregon soil conditions. The need for nutrients other than sulfur can be estimated using a soil test. Red clover is best adapted to well-drained soils.
Good management practices are essential if optimum fertilizer responses are to be realized. These practices include use of recommended varieties, selection of adapted
soils, weed control, disease and insect control, good seedbed preparation, proper inoculation and seeding methods, and timely harvest. Follow recommended soil sampling procedures to
estimate fertilizer needs. The Oregon State University Extension Service agent in your county can provide you with soil sampling instructions, soil sample bags, and information sheets.

Need more information about growing clover? You can always return to the clover fertilizer.

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