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Small Fava Cover CropWW4403
Vicia faba Besides producing edible seed, Small Fava's stalks make excellent silage or green manure. In zones 7 and abov...
Berseem Clover Cover CropWW4405
Trifolium alexandrinum One of the best nitrogen fixers, making 200-300 pounds per acre available. Extremely productive,...
Mammoth Red Clover Cover CropWW4406
Trifolium pratense var. sativum An excellent fast-growing cover crop that can be planted almost any time of the year. ...
Austrian Field Peas Cover CropWW4407
Lathyrus hirsutus This cold-hardy overwintering pea is an excellent choice for cooler, poorly drained soils that may not...
Crimson Clover Cover CropWW4408
Trifolium incarnatum A reliably winter-hardy annual variety that does not multiply with runners (like perennial Red Clo...
Hairy Vetch Cover CropWW4410
Vicia villosa Sow seed late August to mid-October. One of the more popular and aggressive legumes, and a good companion ...
Common Vetch Cover CropWW4411
Vicia angustifolia Similar to Hairy Vetch, but has few tendrils making tilling somewhat easier. Produces 2–3 tons...
New Zealand White Clover Cover CropWW4412
Trifolium repens Growing to only 8 inches, this low perennial clover has a growth habit similar to White Dutch Clover b...
Winter Wheat Cover CropWW4413
Triticum aestivum This cool-weather grain is quick germinating, cold tolerant, and has an extensive fibrous root system....