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Alfalfa

"We received a touch over three and a half inches of rain within this past week. That is more rain than what fell all of June and July last year."

Alfalfa seeded this spring is ready, or soon will be ready, to cut. Proper care and management now could have big impacts on cuttings later th…

Although alfalfa is relatively drought-tolerant, irrigation makes it possible to produce higher yields. This perennial forage does not have sp…

Kansas State University crop entomologist Jeff Whitworth said farmers should be checking their field early for the alfalfa weevil, which is co…

Minimal snow cover may have added additional stress to alfalfa stands that may already be under pressure from a late fall cutting. A slow gree…

"I haven’t a clue who dreamed up the slogan 'Spring ahead, fall back,' but it’s about the handiest four words in the English language."

There have been many stressors on alfalfa fields this year, from early weevils to drought and hail and now fall armyworms and cutworms. Can fa…

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