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Cold-tolerant rose clovers

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Roger W. Benton
Harry L. Carlson
Walter L. Graves

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California Agriculture 43(6):16-19.

Published November 01, 1989

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Abstract

Seed collected from “native” or wild stands of rose clover withstood the cold, dry conditions of mountainous northern California in exploratory trials. They are potential new legume species for colder rangeland areas.

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Cold-tolerant rose clovers

Daniel J. Drake, Roger W. Benton, Harry L. Carlson, Walter L. Graves
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Cold-tolerant rose clovers

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Authors

Roger W. Benton
Harry L. Carlson
Walter L. Graves

Publication Information

California Agriculture 43(6):16-19.

Published November 01, 1989

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Abstract

Seed collected from “native” or wild stands of rose clover withstood the cold, dry conditions of mountainous northern California in exploratory trials. They are potential new legume species for colder rangeland areas.

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