Who Should Not Use Red Clover?

Answer On One Hand: Risky For Some PeopleRed clover is not recommended for women who are breastfeeding or pregnant, and it may be unsafe for women with breast cancer or other hormone-related cancers, acco... Read More »

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How to Get Rid of Clover?

Finding a four-leaf clover is said to bring luck to a person. Unfortunately, many homeowners experience bad luck when clover overtakes their lawns. Clover is a pervasive weed that produces a thick ... Read More »

How to Seed Clover?

Clover is high in nutritional value, and very attractive to deer, which makes it a desirable option for animal-food plots and deer-management plots. Improperly seeding clover, however, will likely ... Read More »

Red Clover Dangers?

Red clover is the subject of some serious study. The National Institutes of Health (NIH) National Center for Complementary and Alternative Medicine is researching red clover to better understand th... Read More »

Is red clover a perennial?

Red clover (Trifolium pratense) is a short-lived perennial that grows throughout the northeastern United States. Its small seeds may be used for growing sprouts, much like alfalfa sprouts. The red ... Read More »