Alfalfa

Introduced, medium height, deep-rooted, very productive, palatable perennial legume. Grown from sea level to elevations above 8,000 ft. Widely used for pasture, range and revegetation. Some spreading varieties available, but most have an upright growth habit. Fair drought tolerance. Many improved varieties available. Compatible with most dryland and irrigated forage grasses. Seed requires inoculation with nitrogen-fixing bacteria before planting. Bloat can be a problem when grazing alfalfa.

Lifespan: Perennial
Season: Warm
Soil: Sandy, Alkali, Saline
Habitat: Plains, Prairies, Open woods

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Ladak

Common Alfalfa adapted to drought tolerance. Used for pasture, range and revegetation.

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Falcata

Yellow Alfalfa with a finer stem and leaf from Southwestern Asia and Northern Africa. Drought and cold tolerant. Palatable to livestock and wildlife. Commonly used in erosion control, rangeland enhancement and wildlife reclamation.

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Lahonton

Common Alfalfa adapted to drought tolerance. Used for pasture, range and revegetation.

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Northern Origin

Common Alfalfa adapted to drought tolerance. Used for pasture, range and revegetation.

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Ranger

Common Alfalfa adapted to drought tolerance. Used for pasture, range and revegetation.

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Rhizoma

A perennial legume used for pasture, range and revegetation, easily established. Dryland, Spreading Alfalfa.

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Vernal

Common Alfalfa adapted to drought tolerance. Used for pasture, range and revegetation.

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