Perennial, and especially covered with long, sparse, protruding hairs; 20-50 cm tall, straight or ascending, numerous, often branched, replacing, oblique-ovate, pointed, three upper lch. obovate, rounded at the apex, ciliated along the edge, 10-15 mm long., 8-10 mm wide. Peduncles 5-10 cm long., Strong; color in the amount of 5 sit in the sinus of the upper trifoliate L., yellow, 15-18 mm long., chshch. 6-8 mm long., With narrow teeth, equal to the tube; f. 15-18 mm long., With a rounded bend, quickly turning into a wedge-shaped nail; crl. 15 mm long., With pls. obovate, much larger than the marigold; beans are cylindrical, 25-30 mm long. and 2-3.5 mm wide.
Sow in early spring. Seeding rates (when sowing in pure form) 10 - 12 kg / ha; the depth of seeding is 1 - 2 cm. When sowing on hay, the yield with two mows is on average. 40 centners / ha. It is better to harvest the 2nd cut for seeds, since it gives a higher yield and the seeds ripen more amicably; harvesting should be done as soon as the seeds begin to blacken.Winter-hardy and drought-resistant. Contains in green mass on Wed. (in%): protein 6.5, fat 1.4, fiber 7.8 and nitrogen-free extractives 16. Reaches full development in the 2nd year, although already in the 1st year it forms seeds. In grass mixtures it is retained for up to 15 years; It is predominantly of pasture importance (especially for sheep and the red horn. sk.). Llyadvenets acquires great importance in the fight against erosion, especially on chestnut soils.