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Crop Profile for Alfalfa in Colorado

Cropping system Planting: Alfalfa seed should be innoculated with Rhizobium bacteria prior to planting. Optimal planting depth is 0.25 - 0.5 inches in heavy soils and 0.5 - 1.0 inches in lighter soils.

FERTILIZER MANAGEMENT FOR ALFALFA

1 F ERTILIZER M ANAGEMENT FOR A LFALFA Rich Koenig , Extension Soil Specialist Clyde Hurst, Sevier County Agent James Barnhill, Weber County Agent Boyd Kitchen , Uintah County Agent Marlon Winger, Carbon County Agent Mike Johnson, Grand County Agent August 1999 AG-FG-01 I NTRODUCTION Alfalfa is ...

China - Peoples Republic of

1 THIS REPORT CONTAINS ASSESSMENTS OF COMMODITY AND TRADE ISSUES MADE BY USDA STAFF AND NOT NECESSARILY STATEMENTS OF OFFICIAL U.S. GOVERNMENT POLICY Voluntary - Public Date: 2010-8-25 GAIN Report Number: CH10054 China - Peoples Republic of Post: Beijing ATO U.S. Alfalfa Exports to China ...

G83-652 Seeding and Renovating Alfalfa

University of Nebraska - Lincoln DigitalCommons@University of Nebraska - Lincoln Historical Materials from University of Nebraska-Lincoln Extension Extension 1-1-1983 G83-652 Seeding and Renovating Alfalfa Bruce Anderson University of Nebraska - Lincoln , banderson1@unl. edu James T. Nichols ...

Harvesting Alfalfa Hay - FSA-2005

Agriculture and Natural Resources FSA2005 Harvesting Alfalfa Hay Biological and* Alfalfa hay will yield 5 to 8 tons Agricultural* per acre per year during seasons with good moisture.

ID-97: Grazing Alfalfa

A lfalfa is the most important forage legume in the United States. Grown over a wide range of soil and climatic conditions, it has the highest yield potential and feeding value of all perennial forage legumes.

Varietal Trials Results

Varietal Trials Results Alfalfa 6 (Redwood Co.), St. Martin and Richmond (Stearns Co.), Underw ood (Otter Tail Co.), and Grand Rapids (Itasca Co.).

Alfalfa - 2009 Minnesota Varietal Trials

Varietal Trials Results Alfalfa Craig Sheaffer, Joshua Larson and Douglas Swanson 8 tions include Rosemount (Dakota Co.), Zumbro Falls (Wabasha Co.), Lamberton (Redwood Co.), St. Martin and Richmond (Stearns Co.), Underwood (Otter Tail Co.) and Grand Rapids (Itasca Co.).

“ANNUAL” ALFALFA IN CROP ROTATIONS

"Annual" Alfalfa in Crop Rotations "ANNUAL" ALFALFA IN CROP ROTATION SUMMARY AUTHORS Craig C. Sheaffer, Department of Agronomy and Plant Genetics, University of Minnesota; Donald K. Barnes, USDA-Agricultural Research Service, (retired); and Gary H. Heichel, Department of Plant Sciences ...

AUGUST IS PRIME ALFALFA

MANHATTAN, Kan. -August in Kansas typically means hot summer days; back-to-school shopping; and, on some farms, alfalfa planting- if there's sufficient soil moisture, said Kansas State University agronomist Jim Shroyer.