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RLF plays an important part in the production of food crops in many parts of the world.

RLF is a major contributor to plant health and nutrition, and has developed new and exciting technologies to advance crop quality and yield. It's 'Integrated Fertiliser Approach' has a positive influence on achieving the increased crop yields necessary as demand for food grows.

RLF is committed to its role of providing the best possible outcomes and products for agriculture and is a proud partner to farmers and growers throughout the world.

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Fast Facts
  • Several species of Clover are extensively cultivated as fodder plants
  • Often Clover is sown alone, however as a mixture with Rye-grass it has, for a long time, formed a staple crop for both soil rejuvenation and for livestock
  • It produces an abundant crop and can often reduce the cost of fertiliser as it is a nitrogen fixer
  • When crop rotations are managed so that clover does not recur at intervals shorter than eight years, it grows with much of its pristine vigour