Cool Season Broadleaf

Cool Season Broadleaf

Cool season broadleaf species are typically going to be seeded mid March to early April in our area in the spring, and late August to late September in the fall.  There are many options for legumes to produce nitrogen, Buckwheat to possibly free up some phosphorous and brassicas to scavenge nutrients.

Crimson Clover

Lupine

Common Vetch

Non-Legume

Non-Legume

Buckwheat Buckwheat is a cool season broadleaf annual with warm season growth characteristics.  It enhances soil P availability.  It suppresses weeds and attracts beneficial insects and pollinators with its abundant blossoms.  It establishes itself, blooms and reaches...

Legume

Legume

Sweet Clover These are annual or biennial plants.  There are two varieties, yellow and white. They form arbuscular mycorrhizal associations, attracts pollinators, moderate water use and fair salinity tolerance.  Sweet clovers within a single season on even marginally...

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