WSU Drought Advisory: Alfalfa Irrigation with Reduced Water Supplies

Alfalfa grown for forage in the arid Northwest requires 1.8-acre feet to 3.2-acre feet of water per year, depending on length of the growing season. This drought advisory recommends steps to take in l ...
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