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> Can alfalfa be cultivated on other types of soil than calcareous clay soil?

Alfalfa can adapt to most of soil, including soil with a pH close to 6, as long as the soil in question provides for the plant's nutritional requirements, essentially calcium.


Soils not adapted to alfalfa include hydromorphic soil and land that is regulary flooded.


This type of soil prevents nitrogen in the air being captured by root nodules which in turn inhibits palnt growth.

> Can alfalfa replace protein concentrate ?

> How difficult is alfalfa to harvest ?

> Are new varieties less persistent than older ones?

> Are all harvesting methods adapted to alfalfa ?

> Can alfalfa be included in all types of rations?


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