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Alfalfa cultivar variation for minerals concentration


, : Alfalfa cultivar variation for minerals concentration. US Dairy Forage Research Center, Research Summaries (March): 80-82

Twenty lucerne cultivars, representing 5 of the 9 original germplasm introductions to the USA, were evaluated for mineral concentrations.


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