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Teff could be a solution for drought-stricken forage

Dec 20, 2013
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“What producers can do is have the alfalfa and have another field of teff, since alfalfa does not need a lot of water in the spring,” Lauriault said. “Stop irrigating the alfalfa after mid-June and water teff for the rest of the growing season. With about half the water you would use for alfalfa, you get the same yields.

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