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Dryland alfalfa Public Deposited

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  • Alfalfa (Medicago sativa L), called queen of forages, is the most important and productive forage crop in North America. It is the most widely adapted legume known. It was introduced to the western United States in the 1850s, and it is well suited to the dry climates and irrigated soils there. Alfalfa is grown for hay, silage, haylage, pasture, seed, and cosmetics. Fresh alfalfa sprouts are eaten in salads. The crop is rich in proteins, vitamins, and minerals, and it is a source of nectar for honeybees.
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