Alfalfa also called lucerne, is a perennial flowering plant in the pea family Fabaceae cultivated as an important forage crop in many countries around the world.
Alfalfa - The Queen of the Forage Crops
Article covering the sowing and how to manage established stands.
Several photographs of this herb (also known as Medicago sativa).
FAO - Medicago sativa
Article presenting a proper description, characteristics, and nutrient values towards this herb.
Publication focused on the advantages and disadvantages of Alfalfa as a grazing crop.
Loyola Medicine: Alfalfa
Covers indications, warnings and the side effects associated with this herb.
Medline Plus: Alfalfa
Offers multiple common questions and answers including the interactions and safety concerns of this herb.
NewCROP - Medicago Sativa
Overview presenting the uses, chemistry, and cultivation regarding this herb.
Plants for a Future - Alfalfa
Presents edible uses of this herb together with the physical characteristics. Pictures of the herb are also available.
Provides extensive information on the properties, history, and classification of the herb (also known as Medicago sativa).
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