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Alessandrino Clover Lorena

Lorena is very resistant to spring drought and adapts well to Mediterranean conditions.
It has poor resistance to winter frosts with early sowings: in the North, it can still be sown in spring where it can provide two or more cuts.
It is a very rustic variety with high leafiness, producing forage with a high protein content.


High dry matter productions
Excellent regrowth after mowing
High leafiness


Type: multi-cut (2-3)
Perennial: 8 to 10 months
Earliness: medium

Agronomic indications

Use: hay, green, grazing
Forage harvest: from late April
Sowing rate: 30 – 35 kg/Ha
Sowing period: September-October, February-March

Cultural recommendations

Soil preparation: superficial tillage, fine soil on the surface
Optimal sowing depth: 0.5 – 1 cm – roll after sowing
Fertilization: according to soil analysis
Needs at planting: P2 O5 100/120 units/ha; K2 O 80/100 units/ha
Prefers soils with pH from 6 to 8
organic seed available


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