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www.croppingcentralllc.com/pdf/resources/agronomy/alfalfa/alfalfa-stand-establishment-cf.pdf

A firm seedbed is critical for successful alfalfa ... Plant 12 to 18 lbs. of pure live seed (PLS) per acre ... Oats are the primary nurse crop, but spring wheat or barley ...

www.noble.org/news/publications/ag-news-and-views/2009/september/common-mistakes-in-growing-alfalfa

Sep 1, 2009 ... Have soil test results in hand well before planting alfalfa. ... In the spring, aphids can suck the life out of a stand, and you won't know it until it's ...

ocj.com/2012/04/april-a-great-time-for-planting-alfalfa

Apr 24, 2012 ... April is a good month to plant and establish a new stand of alfalfa. ... Planting too late in spring can result in plants that can't tolerate summer ...

www.aces.uiuc.edu/vista/html_pubs/grassroots/planting.html

In the northern quarter of Illinois, spring seedings for hay and pasture species ... Seeding alfalfa at 18 pounds per acre has produced 0.2- to 0.4-ton higher yields  ...

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Feb 10, 2007 ... This was what we did to get the alfalfa going in 2006.

www.midwestproducer.com/news/crop/spring-is-a-good-time-to-plant-alfalfa-in-kansas/article_29a4d428-7384-11e1-b7e0-0019bb2963f4.html

Mar 21, 2012 ... Spring is a good time to plant alfalfa in KansasMANHATTAN, Kan. - Although most alfalfa is planted in the fall in Kansas, spring is also a good ...

extension.missouri.edu/p/G4550

Alfalfa is the most productive legume for Missouri, with potential yields .... You can plant alfalfa in early spring or late summer north of the Missouri river.

msue.anr.msu.edu/news/late_summer_seedings_of_alfalfa

Jul 28, 2011 ... Summer is a good time to consider planting alfalfa since insect and ... for a new seeding is important, whether it's for a spring or late-summer ...

animalrange.montana.edu/documents/extension/alfalfaest.pdf

and previous crop or cropping practice. In general, spring planting of legumes can start when established stands begin to grow well in open fields. On irrigated.