Harvest conditions on newly seeded alfalfa
“In general, it is a deeprooted legume that grows best in moderate- to welldrained soils. Under optimum growing and soil conditions, along with proper management, yields can exceed from 3 to 4 tons of dry matter per acre of hay on irrigation to 1 to 2 tons of dry matter per acre are produced on dryland,” Hernandez said.
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