Assegaai Clover , Klawer (Afr.)
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Valuable green manure and food for grazing, the popular White or Assegaai Clover help fix Nitrogen in the soil, making it available as plantfood for following crops or neighbouring plants. It unfortunately grows too well and is often treated as an weed. It is a valuable fodder for cattle and horses.
Plough into the field as green manure.
As soon as a runner touch the soil , it makes roots and grows into a new plant.
Attracts useful insects
Bees love to visit the flowers and it is a good source of food for bees and other insects.
Part of the legume family and therefor a great Nitrogen fixer and green manure.
Europe and Central Asia
Cold and Temperate climates
Soil PH preference