alfalfa


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  • noun

Synonyms for alfalfa

important European leguminous forage plant with trifoliate leaves and blue-violet flowers grown widely as a pasture and hay crop

leguminous plant grown for hay or forage

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To minimize the damage, most alfalfa seeds are coated with a fungicidal treatment.
The Global Alfalfa Hay Industry Report 2015 is a professional and in-depth study on the current state of the alfalfa hay industry.
Pakistan symbolizes a important new chance for sales of S&W's high performing alfalfa brands.
An alfalfa field is typically divided into checks (bays) separated by parallel ridges of soil, called borders.
The newest of transitioned teas include: Alfalfa (Alvita's heritage tea), Black Cohosh, Elder Flower, Uva Ursi St.
In August, an alfalfa farmer in Washington state had his crop rejected for export because it contained traces of genetically modified alfalfa.
The production of irrigated alfalfa in Sudan encounters many problems such as scarcity improved seeds, little attention in breeding research of the crop, limited information pertaining to the agronomy of its production, unawareness of seed inoculation techniques, absence of utilizing and preserving methods of the crop, continuous cultivation of the local variety (Hegazi), absence marketing channels and weed infestation [12,1].
Chemical and irradiation treatments for killing Escherichia coli 0157:H7 on alfalfa, radish, and mung bean seeds.
Dow AgroSciences announces a new name for its alfalfa business: Alforex Seeds.
Roughage comes in many forms- alfalfa cubes, shredded or pelleted beet pulp, and silage, to name a few.
Alfalfa meal is one of the best sources for protein, and it is a rich source of minerals as well as vitamins (Ensminger, 1992).
We planted some alfalfa last fall and we want to know: can goats eat it fresh or will they bloat like cows?
Instead, she and her colleagues keep alfalfa leaf-cutting bees (Megachile rotundata).
A 12-ton monster of a diesel-powered irrigation pump operated for nearly 20 years at Lancaster farmer Antonio Piani's alfalfa ranch at 110th Street East and Avenue J.
Many farmers store and ferment these alfalfa clippings in silos.