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Irrigated Alfalfa Variety Performance, 2011-2014; North Logan, Utah
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  • Earl Creech, Utah State University
  • Thomas Griggs, West Virginia University
  • Clark Israelsen, Utah State University
  • T J Bingham, Utah State University
  • Jason Clark, Utah State University
  • Mark Pieper, Utah State University
Document Type
Factsheet
Publisher
Utah State University Extension
Publication Date
8-1-2015
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Abstract
Alfalfa is the most important crop in Utah, both in terms of acreage and revenue. Although often overlooked, one of the most critical decisions made in alfalfa production is determining which variety to plant. This fact sheet summarizes dry matter (DM) yields of alfalfa varieties during 4 years at the Utah Agricultural Experiment Station Greenville Farm in North Logan (Cache Co.).
Citation Information
Earl Creech, Thomas Griggs, Clark Israelsen, T J Bingham, et al.. "Irrigated Alfalfa Variety Performance, 2011-2014; North Logan, Utah" (2015)
Available at: http://works.bepress.com/earl-creech/8/