Farm Science Reporter


During the past 30 years sweetclover has changed from its lowly position as a roadside weed to a respectable place among farm crops. The rise in importance of this crop has been the direct result of the realization that sweetclover fills a most important role in building and maintaining our soils—making possible large yields of corn, soybeans and other crops.

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