Myth: Alfalfa doesn't work well in the south.
Fact: Alfalfa does work!
Seeing is believing. Dr. Jennifer Tucker debunked the myth that alfalfa isn't suitable in the south when she partnered with the 'got bermuda grass' and 'Alfalfa in the South' workshops. When producers stood in a field and got to see first hand how well it did.
Dr. Jennifer Tucker is an Assistant Professor of Beef Nutrition and Forage Management in the Animal and Science Department at the University of Georgia.
Her dad holds the record for the most pounds of beef produced in the state of Kentucky.
Follow her on Twitter https://twitter.com/DrJJTuga?s=20
Take a deep dive into alfalfa topics and address real, on-farm issues that revolve around alfalfa’s integration into cropping systems.
Due to factors outside of Forage Genetics International’s (FGI) control, such as weather, crop production patterns, and other factors, results to be obtained, including but not limited to yields or financial performance, cannot be predicted or guaranteed by FGI. Results are based upon FGI controlled tests and field trials and public trials. Results may vary.
Episode is Live
Published: Sep. 20, 2021 @ 2PM Edit
Get episode better indexed by search engines.
Listeners can tap through & see what’s coming up.
Visual Soundbite Available
Square Soundbite - 0:35
Great for Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.Download Soundbite
Delete this Soundbite and create a new one.
Share Episode On
Direct Link to MP3CopyDownload MP3