JohnWages jwages at
Wed Apr 10 09:58:04 EDT 2002

We too are looking for living mulches to evaluate.  However, our climate
(northeast MS) brings special challenges.  Clovers tend to go dormant
during our hot, humid summers.  If anyone from the South has
recommendations (and seed sources!) for warm-weather covers (both
legumes, non-legumes; annual or perennial) worthy of evaluation, I would
be greatly appreciative.  

John Wages
Tupelo, MS
jwages at

 Hook Family wrote:
>  I'd like to try some living mulches this year.  I have read that the
> clovers are good.  There are annual clovers and perennial clovers which is
> best?  My main goal is weed control added N would be a bonus.  My other
> question would be how much before last frost date could I plant?  Thanks
> Beth
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