. Alexander Drug and Seed Co.'s annual descriptive and Illustrated catalogue. 3° ALEXANDER DRUG & SEED CO.. JAPAN CLOVER. California Burr Clorer.— (Medicago Maevlata)—Called Califrfnia Clover and Hog Clover—a win- ter growing variety, furnishing pasturage January to March. The seeds are sold in the burr, and should be sown on the surface of the ground in August and September, two to five bushels per acre. Red Clover—( Trifolium Pratense)—This is the leading variety of Clover, and is more cultivated for hay, pasture and as an enricher of the soil than any other. Ic is be3t adapted to stiff

. Alexander Drug and Seed Co.'s annual descriptive and Illustrated catalogue. 3° ALEXANDER DRUG & SEED CO.. JAPAN CLOVER. California Burr Clorer.— (Medicago Maevlata)—Called Califrfnia Clover and Hog Clover—a win- ter growing variety, furnishing pasturage January to March. The seeds are sold in the burr, and should be sown on the surface of the ground in August and September, two to five bushels per acre. Red Clover—( Trifolium Pratense)—This is the leading variety of Clover, and is more cultivated for hay, pasture and as an enricher of the soil than any other. Ic is be3t adapted to stiff  Stock Photo
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. Alexander Drug and Seed Co.'s annual descriptive and Illustrated catalogue. 3° ALEXANDER DRUG & SEED CO.. JAPAN CLOVER. California Burr Clorer.— (Medicago Maevlata)—Called Califrfnia Clover and Hog Clover—a win- ter growing variety, furnishing pasturage January to March. The seeds are sold in the burr, and should be sown on the surface of the ground in August and September, two to five bushels per acre. Red Clover—( Trifolium Pratense)—This is the leading variety of Clover, and is more cultivated for hay, pasture and as an enricher of the soil than any other. Ic is be3t adapted to stiff soils, bat does well on any land rich enough to sustain it. It is perennial. Under fworable conditions it is an abundant yielder of hay, which should be cut when in full bloom. It should not be cut more than twice, that si ed might mature and drop, thus keeping up a good stand. It is properly claimed that this Cloverwill do more to enrich impoverished lands and with less expense than any other plant. A writer of prominence says : " No matter how mismanaged, Clover is a benefit, and whatever else he may do, the farmer who sows Clover is making his farm better." A farmer who has had experience with it says: " If you want to grow big corn crops, grow Clover and pasture it with hogs. Plow up the land in Fall, and the corn crop following will make you happy. It should be sown in the fall or early spring months, and is frequently used in combination with Orchard Grass and Red Top, as they flower and are ready to cut about the same time. Weighs 60 lbs. to bushel, and 15 to 20 lbs. will seed an acre. Price, 1 lb., 20 cents ; if by mail, 1 lb, 30 cents, 3.J- lbs., $1, postpaid. Japan Clover—(Lespedeza Striata)—'Ihis variety was intro- duced from Japan 30 years ago. It is an annual, but perpetuates itself when once set. Largely used in Mississippi and Louisiana on rich lands for hay croo, but on poor soils its growth is flat and spreading, and can be used on

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