Frontier - Balansa clover

Perfect for intensive utilization

  • Balansa clover.
  • Tolerates waterlogging and mild soil salinity.
  • Tolerates a wide range of broadleaf herbicides.
  • High dry matter production and nitrogen fixation.
  • Excellent regeneration from hard seed.
  • Recovers strongly from heavy grazing.

This temperate legume, mainly used in Southern areas, is the earliest heading species amongst the annual legumes. This means it produces high forage yield, especially in winter. The semi-erect growing plants produce a good ground cover and can be used for both grazing as cutting systems. Balansa clover is adapted to light acid to neutral soils and is hard seeded. Depending on flowering its self-regeneration potential is very high.

 

Frontier characteristics

Rainfall required: 350mm+

pH-range (CaCl2): 4,6 – 8,0

Flowering: Early

Self-regeneration: Excellent

Growth habit: Semi-erect

Establishment: Good

Application: Silage, intensive grazing

Sowing rate: 1-5 kg/ha, in mix with grasses and legumes

 

Specifications
Species
Balansa clover
Annual clovers

Annual clover offers a range of grazing, hay and silage options with multiple benefits including nitrogen fixation, weed control rotations and disease breaks. The addition to grass or hay can increase feed quality, protein content and provide nitrogen for grass or cereal growth.

Annual clover offers a range of grazing, hay and silage options with multiple benefits including nitrogen fixation, weed control rotations and disease breaks. The addition to grass or hay can increase feed quality, protein content and provide nitrogen for grass or cereal growth.

Annual clover offers a range of grazing, hay and silage options with multiple benefits including nitrogen fixation, weed control rotations and disease breaks. The addition to grass or hay can increase feed quality, protein content and provide nitrogen for grass or cereal growth.