W-L INSIGHTS

As a thought leader in the alfalfa industry, we strive to offer the latest insights available to growers on the best alfalfa technology, breakthrough products, and profitable concepts.

How Does Your Soil Fertility Stack Up?

It’s about as basic as you can get in alfalfa production: Make sure soil nutrients are at optimal levels to give your crop the best opportunity to grow and thrive, and achieve return on investment and yield potential goals.
 
There is indeed room for improvement in U.S...
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W-L ALFALFAS BULKS UP HARVXTRA® ALFALFA LINEUP WITH FD5 ADDITION

W-L HarvXtra® Alfalfa has a revolutionary new offering in alfalfa production, our first fall dormancy 5 release, WL 375HVX.RR, simply delivers. WL 375HVX.RR compliments the 2016 release of FD4 WL 341HVX.RR, offering another valuable winterhardy option with a new, superior agronomic package...
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WL 341HVX.RR, available for 2017

In anticipation of a broad commercial launch of HarvXtra® Alfalfa with Roundup Ready® Technology, W-L Alfalfas has released WL 341HVX.RR, due for 2017 planting. This is our first varietal release of “new generation” products that combine the HarvXtra reduced lignin trait with...
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Aphanomyces Root Rot: The Race is on to Defend Alfalfa

Once thought of as a wet-soil disease, aphanomyces root rot is more widespread than many realize. It’s also one of the few alfalfa diseases to develop races — genetic variations of the pathogens that challenge established resistant varieties— making it doubly threatening to long...
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Impact of Hard Seed Percent in Alfalfa

Hard Seed Percentage in Alfalfa: How High is Too High?
Alfalfa seed with impermeable seed coats are called hard seeds because, when exposed to water, these seeds do not take up moisture but remain unchanged, or hard. When planted, these hard alfalfa seeds may remain...
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