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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