Rain in May and early June this year put most alfalfa producers behind two to three weeks for their first, and correspondingly their second, third, and sometimes forth cuttings. Now in mid-November, producers can look back on the season, determine if there are still some management decisions to make and guess about winter survival.
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Barnhart, Stephen K., "Fall and Winter Management of Alfalfa" (2008). Integrated Crop Management News. 752.
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