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Producing quality alfalfa in California's mountain valleys

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Vern L. Marble , University of California
Kenneth G. Baghott, Inyo-Mono and Shasta counties
Roger W. Benton, Inyo-Mono and Shasta counties
P. Dean Smith, Inyo-Mono and Shasta counties
Russell H. Gripp, Inyo-Mono and Shasta counties

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California Agriculture 39(1):27-30.

Published January 01, 1985

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Abstract

Harvesting earlier and more often produced highest yields of hay, total digestible nutrients, and crude protein in mountain valleys.

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The authors acknowledge the assistance of former Farm Advisors Sam W. Thurber and Walter R. Spivey, (Shasta/Lassen counties), John Robison (Modoc County), and David West (Siskiyou County), and of Melvin N. Gagnon, Communications Specialist, UC Davis.

Producing quality alfalfa in California's mountain valleys

Vern L. Marble, Kenneth G. Baghott, Roger W. Benton, P. Dean Smith, Russell H. Gripp
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Producing quality alfalfa in California's mountain valleys

Share using any of the popular social networks Share by sending an email Print article
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Authors

Vern L. Marble , University of California
Kenneth G. Baghott, Inyo-Mono and Shasta counties
Roger W. Benton, Inyo-Mono and Shasta counties
P. Dean Smith, Inyo-Mono and Shasta counties
Russell H. Gripp, Inyo-Mono and Shasta counties

Publication Information

California Agriculture 39(1):27-30.

Published January 01, 1985

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Author Affiliations show

Abstract

Harvesting earlier and more often produced highest yields of hay, total digestible nutrients, and crude protein in mountain valleys.

Full text

Full text is available in PDF.

Author notes

The authors acknowledge the assistance of former Farm Advisors Sam W. Thurber and Walter R. Spivey, (Shasta/Lassen counties), John Robison (Modoc County), and David West (Siskiyou County), and of Melvin N. Gagnon, Communications Specialist, UC Davis.


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