There’s considerable interest in reduced-lignin alfalfa, which comes from both genetically modified varieties and those developed using conventional plant breeding. Reduced-lignin alfalfa can provide very high quality forage, but it requires harvest timing decisions, may be used in grass mixtures, and has a ration impact.
The lowdown on reduced-lignin alfalfa
presented by Ev Thomas, Oak Point Agronomics
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