How to Grow Alfalfa Hay?

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To grow alfalfa hay, you need fertile, healthy soil with appropriate levels of potassium, phosphorus, and lime. The soil's pH level should be above 6.5. The seeds should be planted about 0.25 inches down. The soil should be kept moist during the weeks of growth. The first harvest of the alfalfa hay can happen after about 45 days.
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