Attention soil builders:
I have to decide by tomorrow morning whether to plant red clover or
alfalfa as a soil building crop on a field which we hope to farm in
about 2 years. The reasons for why this is such a rush are too stupid
and irrelevant to mention. It's one or the other.
I don't know a thing about either one, except I am told they are both
perennial. Red clover seeding rate recommended at 8-12 pounds per acre,
and alfalfa at 15-20 pounds per acre. The same innoculant is
recommended for both.
Pros? Cons? Comments? I am in central New Jersey, and I'll be flipping
a coin at the feed supply place tomorrow if I don't hear some better
reason to choose one over the other.
Thanks for any input.
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