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Agronomy

New spring seedings of Alfalfa Partners® fall-dormant alfalfa varieties are off to a great start in much of the northern two thirds of the United States. Alfalfa seed can sprout in moist soil at temperatures of 35 degrees F and above. Seedlings are generally more cold...

It’s a best practice to assess alfalfa stands during spring green-up, regardless of winter conditions. Stand assessment can help verify yield potential, and re-affirm decisions to either keep or terminate your field(s) of alfalfa. Winter periods of little or no snow cover, coupled with big temperature...

  Alfalfa Partners brand alfalfa seed variety development is the result of a rigorous breeding and selection program that goes all the way back to 1958 when Pioneer began its alfalfa breeding program where the focus was on yield, persistence, pest and disease control and forage...

Spring 2023 was no ‘Goldilocks’ spring to be sure.  Whether too dry or too wet, too slow to warm up, or simply slammed with the time crunch of annual crop planting, there were geographic areas that didn’t get the opportunity to plant newly seeded alfalfa...

It’s that time of year when we’re all itching to get out into the field – whether it’s to do that all-important first cut of alfalfa or determine if an alternative crop should be rotated in. Evaluating alfalfa stands is an important factor in crop...

March has certainly come in like a lion this year!  The winter brought above average precipitation in the form of snow in many areas across the USA.  Our winter precipitation may continue as rain during spring if current weather patterns are any indication.  What does...

Hay Is In Short Supply The Northeast is not immune to short hay supplies.  Western areas of the country hit by drought in 2021 are experiencing the same environmental growing conditions in 2022, short on moisture going into the planting and growing season. Hay stocks have...

A Good Year to Emphasize Glyphosate Resistance Management Given the Supply Chain Challenges with Glyphosate.  If you’ve grown used to glyphosate as your front line weed control for alfalfa establishment, this is a good time to consider making a change. Many experts are suggesting that 2022...