Refertilization of rose clover: Carryover effects of superphosphate applied in one treatment compared with results from annual applications of same rates
W. E. Martin, University of California
W. A. Williams, University of California
Walter H. Johnson, University of California
California Agriculture 11(12):7-14. DOI: 10.3733/ca.v011n12p7.
The first trials of rose clover in California were made in 1944 as part of Research Project 1194B. Rose clover, an annual reseeding legume, is well adapted to soils low in phosphate or sulfur and on which bur clover scarcely exists. It is a good companion crop for subterranean clover. In addition to increased green forage in the spring they produce high quality dry feed for summer and fall.
W. E. Martin is Extension Soils Specialist, University of California, Berkeley. W. A. Williams is Assistant Professor of Agronomy, University of California, Davis. Walter H. Johnson is Farm Advisor, Placer County, University of California.
The above progress report is based on Research Project No. 1526