Storm

White Clover (Trifolium repens)

  • Flowering: Mid Maturity
  • A tall plant type that can aggressively compete in a mixed sward with ryegrass
  • Storm has excellent seedling vigour and is quick to establish
  • Excellent all season growth with very high yield potential across all seasons
  • The stolen density of Storm is high compared to other large leaf types
  • Storm has shown persistence under cutting and remains dense

    White Clover

    A perennial, capable of very high production (mainly spring, autumn) if fertility is high and moisture is adequate. Very suited to irrigation. Poor drought tolerance and of little use in low rainfall areas. However, a small amount is often added to pasture mixes in these drier areas in the hope it will survive in damp spots. White clover can also behave as an annual in drier areas, regenerating from seed when conditions are favourable. White clover uses stolons (stems running across the surface of the ground) to expand the size of plants and put down new roots.

     

    STORM

    • Flowering: Mid Maturity
    • A tall plant type that can aggressively compete in a mixed sward with ryegrass
    • Storm has excellent seedling vigour and is quick to establish
    • Excellent all season growth with very high yield potential across all seasons
    • The stolen density of Storm is high compared to other large leaf types
    • Storm has shown persistence under cutting and remains dense

     

    Product fit
    High performance, high output systems in the irrigation and higher rainfall regions – suited to use where other white clovers are used. May not be suited to very tight grazing under sheep.

    Specifications
    Sowing rate (pure)
    6 - 10 kg/ha
    Sowing rate (mixture)
    2 - 4 kg/ha
    Perennial Clover

    White Clover: A perennial, capable of very high production (mainly spring, autumn) if fertility is high and moisture is adequate. Very suited to irrigation. Poor drought tolerance and of little use in low rainfall areas. However, a small amount is often added to...