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Alfalfa Growth and Development (Poster, 20 x 30")

by Romulo Pisa Lollato Doohong Min


This full-color poster illustrates the growth stages of alfalfa and management practices at each stage. 20 x 30 color poster.

Published Date: Jun 2017

Subsurface Drip Irrigation for Alfalfa

by Mahbub Alam Danny H. Rogers Troy Dumler


Subsurface drip irrigation can improve yields with less water than other irrigation. Consider spacing and depth of driplines, water quality, root intrusion, and rodents. 8-page, color.

Published Date: Mar 2009

Army Cutworm: Kansas Crop Pests

by J. P. Michaud Robert J. Bauernfeind


Identification and management of this sporadic pest of alfalfa, wheat, and canola in Kansas. 4-page, 4-color.

Published Date: Mar 2014

No-Till Alfalfa Establishment after Small-Grain Cereals

by James P. Shroyer Scott A. Staggenborg William Heer


A major concern in alfalfa production is stand establishment. In Kansas, most alfalfa is planted during August. With no-till alfalfa planting, more moisture is often available for germination.

Revision Date: Apr 2003

Irrigation Management for Alfalfa

by Mahbub Alam Danny H. Rogers


Alfalfa requires more water than any other Kansas crop. It is considered drought tolerant because it can use up to 70 percent of available soil water without undue stress. 8-page.

Published Date: Mar 2009

Alfalfa Insect Pest Management 2024

by Robert J. Whitworth Brian McCornack Anthony Zukoff


Recommendations for managing insect pests in alfalfa in Kansas. 12-page, b/w.

Revision Date: Apr 2024

Blister Beetles in Kansas

by Holly N. Davis Robert J. Whitworth


Information on blister beetles and their agricultural significance in Kansas. Addresses adverse effects of blister beetles on horses, poisoning symptoms, and how to avoid feeding contaminated hay. 4-page, color.

Revision Date: Apr 2019

Alfalfa Production Handbook

by James P. Shroyer Ray E. Lamond


This publication describes the full spectrum of alfalfa production in Kansas. 36 p.

Revision Date: Oct 1998

Using Legumes in Crop Rotations

by Dale F. Leikam


Rotating legumes with non-legumes has the double advantage of growing the legume with little additional nitrogen, plus a nitrogen credit for subsequent non-legume crops.

Revision Date: Oct 2007

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