Cornell develops three new alfalfa varieties

Cornell develops three new alfalfa varieties

Dairy and other livestock farmers in the northern U.S. have three new alfalfa options this growing season.

DAIRY and other livestock farmers in the northern U.S. have three new alfalfa options this growing season — all pioneered by Cornell University researchers as a way to combat devastating pests, increase yields and improve forage quality.

Developed by Donald Viands, a professor of plant breeding and genetics in the Cornell School of Integrative Plant Science, along with senior research associate Julie Hansen and research support specialist Jamie Cra

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