WILDERMUTH , V. L. — Three - cornered alfalfa hopper . U. S. Dept. Agr . , Journ
. Agricultural Research , 3 ( 1915 ) , pp . 343-363 , WILDERMUTH , V. L. — The
alfalfa caterpillar . U. S. Dept. Agr . , Farmers ' Bull . 1094 ( 1920 ) , p . 16 .
Author: George Stewart
Alfalfa farming in America. Chicago, Illinois: Sanders Publishing Co. 480 p. See p
. 160. varieties. It is a curious fact that the variety most widely grown in the United
States, the Mammoth, which was introduced at least thirty years ago, has never ...
Author: William Shurtleff; Akiko Aoyagi
Publisher: Soyinfo Center
Category: Social Science
Most alfalfa throughout the world is grown under natural rainfall , or a dry land
environment . In the United States , for example , about 80 % of the 11 million
hectares of total alfalfa production is grown dry land . Most of North American ,
Author: Vern L. Marble
Publisher: Food & Agriculture Org.
With the fall of the Roman Empire in the fifth century, alfalfa cultivation seems to
have disappeared for the most part from ... In the 16th century, European
colonists introduced alfalfa to South America and introduced it to the eastern
Author: Ernest Small
Publisher: NRC Research Press
United States. Department of Agriculture. MATERIAL LENT The following
material is grouped according to bureaus and is lent to persons or organizations
who ... 982 F : ALFALFA Farmers ' Bulletins : 944 F . Garden webworm in alfalfa
Author: United States. Department of Agriculture
Chicago : Alfalfa Farming in America . 8. Bartholomew's Physical Atlas , Volume
III , Meteorology . Archibald Constable & Co. , Westminster , Eng . Publisher . 9.
World Geographical Atlas . 10. Climatological Data For The United States By ...
Author: J. Cecil Alter
United States. Department of Agriculture. of farming in New England for types
which farmers generally have not regarded as feasible ... For instance , a few
years ago alfalfa hay sold at the farm for $ 3.50 to $ 4 a ton in many western
United States. Superintendent of Documents. ALEXIS - ALHAJUELA LAKE
REGION ALIEN ENEMIES - ALIEN PROPERTY CUSTODIAN. 90 ALEXIS , III . ...
C. Relation of sulphur to alfalfa production ( with list of literature cited ] . 1925.
Author: United States. Superintendent of Documents
Category: Government publications
Alfalfa is a particularly sensitive crop for organic farmers, as it is primarily used as
an animal feed. If an organic dairy producer were to feed animals hay containing
GM alfalfa, his milk production could be found not to meet the organic ...
Author: Robert G. Healy
Publisher: University of Toronto Press
Category: Political Science
Genetic Vulnerability, Use, Improvement, and Maintenance United States. ...
origin of parental germplasm for alfalfa cultivars used in Canada and the United
States Developing or introducing Year seed ... Agriculture Canada 1975 M .
Author: United States. Agricultural Research Service
In some sections it is possible to delay planting to avoid damage . Consult your
county agricultural agent with reference to planting dates for your section . ...
Field crops : Alfalfa , clover , cotton , field corn , * soybean . ... Trees : Bald
cypress , beech ( American , European ) , birch ( gray , * white ) , catalpa ,
chestnut ( American , * Japanese ) , elm ( American , * English , * slippery ) ,
hawthorn , horsechestnut ...
Author: Walter Ernest Fleming
The principal commercial varieties of alfalfa are : 1 . Regional strains of common
alfalfa . 2 . Variegated alfalfas including the varieties Grimm , Cossack , Baltic ,
Canadian Variegated , Hardigan , and Ladak . 3 . Turkestan group including ...
Author: Andrew Boss
tions of the State the average yield per colony in 1898 exceeded 60 pounds ,
while in portions of the State where alfalfa was not a prominent factor in the
honey - production , the bees did well to procure a livelihood for themselves
Category: Bee culture
How Milk Became America's Drink E. Melanie Dupuis. The alfalfa region ... The
hill areas of the Southern Tier counties are not suited to alfalfa production mainly
because a large proportion of the soils are thin, acid, or poorly drained. In the St.
Author: E. Melanie Dupuis
Publisher: NYU Press
D ' iakova ( 2 ) in 1938 reported that fertilizers containing boron speeded up the
growth and development of alfalfa and also increased the yield of seed .
Investigators in Nova Scotia ( 1 ) have also found that alfalfa growing in parts of
Author: American Society of Agronomy
Until the early forties a large number of familysized ranches were mixed farming
operations with a livestock emphasis. Many relied on the high water table to
provide water for the irrigation of alfalfa, which became a staple feed for small
Author: Mark Friedberger
Publisher: University Press of Kentucky
Category: Social Science
STEWART , GEORGE . Alfalfa Growing in the United States and Canada . The
Macmillan Company . WILSON and WARBURTON . Field Crops , chap . xix .
Webb Publishing Co. WING , J. E. Alfalfa Farming in America . Sanders
Author: Waldo Ernest Grimes
... INTRODUCTIONS AND GERMPLASM RESOURCES Alfalfa was introduced to
eastern U.S. as early as 1736 but failed to become a major crop. Then in 1897,
the first official plant explorer, N. E. Hansen of the U.S. Department of Agriculture
Author: Stephen L. Clement
Publisher: CRC Press
41 Water Stress and Alfalfa Production MICHAEL J. OTTMAN University of
Arizona Tucson , Arizona ALFALFA ... Most of the world's alfalfa production is
centered in the United States , Argentina , southern Europe , and parts of the
Author: Mohammad Pessarakli
Publisher: CRC Press