Hedysarum coronarium. FRENCH HONEYSUCKLE. Big bright red clover-like flowers above handsome leaves. Needs sun and good drainage. Short-lived, but . Development of sulla (Hedysarum coronarium) for better adaptation to grazing. G.B. DOUGLAS, R.G. KEOGH and A.G. FOOTE. AgResearch Grasslands, Private . Hedysarum coronarium. Open enlargement in a new window; Open enlargement in a new window; Members can view this photo in high resolution. Members.
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Sulla does not tolerate heavy grazing as the relatively high soft crowns and succulent stems are preferentially grazed and easily damaged.
It has low to moderate tolerance to waterlogging and no tolerance to salt. Yield and productivity Sulla is considered a productive forage.
Nutritive value of fresh sulla Hedysarum flexuosum as a sole feed for growing rabbits. The condensed tannins of sulla may have beneficial effects on product quality.
In New Zealand, dairy cows grazing sulla produced less methane per unit DM intake Permanent and temporary grassland plant, environment and economy ed. Sulla can be a pioneer species in poor, compact and degraded soils and, as an N-fixing legume, improve soil fertility gedysarum the next crop Ben Jeddi, Flowers give way to non-ornamental yellowish seedpods that turn brown as they mature. Sulla is very palatable to livestock, who will selectively graze it when sown in a mixed sward.
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Alfalfa Medicago sativa Sainfoin Onobrychis viciifolia. It has moderate to high fertility requirements. Influence of cultivation techniques on the production of Sulla Hedysarum coronarium and Sainfoin Onobrychis viciaefolia in Mediterranean regions. However, cutting at the right stage is not always possible, resulting in lignified stems and lower quality hay Leto et jedysarum. In New Zealand, young red and hybrid deer De Vliegher and CarlierProc.
Tannins The leaves, stems and flowers of sulla are rich in condensed tannins and levels of 0. Rotational grazing is to be preferred with days of rest between grazing regrowth of cm highhesysarum on moisture, day-length and soil temperature.
The species plays a key role in cereal-based systems of semi-arid regions, particularly in organic and low-input agriculture, and is commonly used to enhance the productivity and sustainability of farming systems e. Trials on ckronarium use of olive cake for feeding rabbits.
Articles with ‘species’ hexysarum Commons category link is on Wikidata Taxonbars with 20—24 taxon IDs All stub articles. Sulla coronaria Scientific classification Kingdom: Mass in open woodland or naturalized areas. A diet of sulla minimized scouring and the formation of dags locks of wool matted with dung that tend to attract flies de Koning et corojarium. One of the main values of sulla is its water requirement coupled to its ability to provide large amounts of palatable forage in steppe areas Crocker et al.
Soil improver and erosion control Sulla can be a pioneer species in poor, compact and degraded soils and, as an N-fixing legume, improve soil fertility for the next crop Ben Jeddi, Hfdysarum produces brown segmented pods with a rough, thorny surface. Hedysareae Plants described in Faboideae stubs. Culture Easily grown in average, medium, well-drained soils in full sun.
Pasture species preferences by horses in New Zealand. Notably, sulla was introduced in the s for erosion control in New Zealand Krishna et al. Grazing on sulla forage has been shown to have a positive impact on the productivity of meat and dairy sheep Burke et al. It has a deep, branching tap-root up to 2 coronwrium deepwith many secondary roots. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.
Sulla is valued for honey production, roadside beautification and landscape architecture Foster, ; Ruisi et al. Extremely fragrant, bright red, pea-like flowers bloom in late spring to early summer in dense axillary racemes atop upright flowering stems. Sulla has good hedysagum to aphids, redlegged earth mite and alfalfa flea FAO, ; Foster, Effects on ewes feeding behaviour.