I didn't want to hijack the red and white clover thread so here's my situation. Last fall I planted medium red clover in a wheat plot. I was there yesterday getting a soil test sample and I have lots of clover in that plot. Right now, the deer (and hogs) have it mowed like a golf course, but soon the wheat will take off as they quit using it so much, in fact I can tell that it's getting a little taller now. So here's my question. In, let's say, a month, do I just need to hit the wheat with cleth and kill it ? That should let the clover really flourish don't you think ? This is my maiden voyage with any annual clover and my intention is to reduce the "bare dirt" periods from two times a year to once. I can't throw and mow because of the hogs, but planting medium red or some other annual clover in the fall with my grain crop would at least keep something green in front of them from late September or early October until however long the clover can stand this ETexas heat, (and that remains to be seen). Any and all suggestions are welcome. This is the plot just a few days ago.