Grains and field crops
To evaluate Cupped clover (T. cherleri) and Persian clover (T. resupinatum) on a shallow, granitic, infertile soil, which is reported to be suitable for the growth of Cupped clover, but too acid to support medics successfully and where subterranean clover struggles to persist.
Number of Pages
Snowball, R. (1990), Evaluation of the genetic resources of T. cherleri (Cupped Clover) and a selected number of lines of T. resupinatum on shallow acid, granitic soils of the Western Austalian Wheatbelt.. Department of Agriculture and Food, Western Australia, Perth. Article.