Hard seed ensures rose clover survival on rangeland
William N. Helphinstine
Victor W. Brown
R. Merton Love, U.C.
California Agriculture 37(5):12-13. DOI: 10.3733/ca.v037n05p12.
William N. Helphinstine is County Director, Cooperative Extension, Placer-Nevada Counties, Auburn; Victor W. Brown is County Director, Emeritus, Cooperative Extension, San Diego County; R. Merton Love is Professor, Emeritus, Agronomy and Range Science, U.C., Davis.
Rose clover seeds germinated for over a decade after passing through the digestive system of cattle.