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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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Evaluation of new biennial legume Sulla Hedysarum species.

Sulla has the capacity to increase milk production in dairy cows de Koning et al. Does feeding sulla Hedysarum coronarium reduce methane emissions from dairy cows?.

Sulla is reported to be safe to livestock.

It is not recommended to cut sulla in the first year as a first year cut will weaken the stand and DM yield is often much higher in the second year. This Faboideae -related article is a stub. Condensed tannins have detrimental effects in monogastrics and their effects in ruminants are debated. Including large amounts of sulla in silage e. They also have beneficial effects on animal health by reducing parasite numbers Waghorn, Sheep There have been numerous trials in Italy, North Africa, Australia and New Zealand looking at the value of sulla in sheep for meat, milk and wool production.

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Wild and domesticated sulla are also found in Spain, Portugal, Tunisia, Algeria and Morocco, though populations have declined in North Africa due to drought and agricultural pressure Ben Jeddi, Forage and grain legume silages as a valuable source of proteins for dairy cows.

Palatability Sulla is very palatable to livestock, who will selectively graze it when sown in a mixed sward. Other environmental benefits Sulla is valued for honey production, roadside beautification and landscape architecture Foster, ; Ruisi et al. Sulla Hedysarum coronariumaerial part, fresh Sulla Hedysarum coronariumhay Sulla Hedysarum coronariumsilage.

Hedysarum coronarium

Composizione chimica, digeribilita, metabolismo dell’N ed energia metabolizzabile della sulla Hedysarum coronarium L.

Wikimedia Commons has media related to Hedysarum coronarium. Sulla Hedysarum coronariumsilage. The leaves, stems and flowers of sulla are rich in condensed tannins and levels of 0.

Sulla is not seriously affected by pests and diseases but under wet conditions it can be susceptible to root rot and is occasionally affected by powdery mildew and Rhizoctonia. Views Read Edit View history. It is closely related to lespedeza and vetch.

Sign up for our e-newsletter. In New Zealand, young red and hybrid deer A new temperate forage legume with great potential — breeding new cultivars of Hedysarum.

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Hedysarum coronarium

Sulla has a high water soluble carbohydrate content which enhances silage quality. Second-year yields are often not always higher than first-year heeysarum. When grown under poor conditions e. Zootecnica e Nutrizione Animale, 7: Thesis, Doctor of Philosophy at Massey University. Congress, OctoberNice, France, Pasture species preferences by horses in New Zealand. Supplementing fresh pasture with maize, lotus, sulla and pasture silages for dairy cows in summer.

Features gray-green to medium green, odd-pinnate, compound leaves, coronariu, with elliptic to rounded leaflets. Back to Previous Page.

Hedysarum coronarium | New Zealand Plant Conservation Network

Cut back stems to the ground after frost. Sulla Hedysarum coronariumhay. The leaves consist of pairs of oval leaflets with a single terminal leaflet. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Louis area where plant stems tend to recline in the heat of the summer.

Effects on ewes feeding behaviour. Extremely fragrant, bright red, pea-like flowers bloom in late spring to early summer in dense axillary racemes atop upright flowering stems.