This leguminous plant, botanic name Medicago sativa, is commonly called Alfalfa in North America. It is also known in English as lucerne, and as purple medic, among a variety of other names. It is grown as a pasture crop. This category deals with the scientific aspects of its cultivation.
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Develops publications and programs covering a wide range of subjects of concern to alfalfa growers.
Alfalfa Management In North Dakota
Information on growth and production.
Alfalfa Plant Diseases and Damage
Links to images and articles about diseases affecting alfalfa plants and crops.
Production information including tips, extension publications, photos, facts, and trivia.
Oklahoma Cooperative Extension Service Publications: Alfalfa
Online publications on growing and managing alfalfa crops.
Soil and Nutrient Management of Alfalfa
Alfalfa has a high demand for nutrients compared to other crops. Information on testing soils, recommended nutrient levels and subsequent management.
University of California Alfalfa Workgroup
Information on symposia proceedings, research, testing, seed production, and the alfalfa industry in California.
University of Wisconsin Extension: Alfalfa
Covers variety selection, plant growth, pest management environmental effects, cutting schedules, and other information on crop production and management.
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