Alfalfa has rapidly developed the past two weeks across much of the Upper Midwest.
Iowa State University Extension field agronomist Angie Rieck-Hinz says stands did not respond to a cool, wet April.
“Things have been kind of slow, at least in my opinion in north central Iowa in terms of alfalfa growth, cover crop growth, and pasture growth. But with some recent warm temperatures and the rain, our alfalfa is really starting to take off.”
She tells Brownfield recent scouting revealed some alfalfa weevils.
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