Station Alfalfa Trials

Alfalfa is a commonly grown forage crop in Malheur County. The Malheur Experiment Station has conducted variety trials from seed submitted by cooperating producers. Studies have focused on ascertaining their respective benefits.

Listing of Station Publications on Alfalfa

Barnum, J. M. (1994). 1993 forage alfalfa variety evaluation results. Oregon State University, Malheur Experiment Station Special Report 936: 1-7.

Barnum, J. M., & Shock, C. C. (1994). Alfalfa discards. Oregon's Agricultural Progress. Winter/Spring 1994. p. 4.

Barnum, J. M. (1995). 1994 results from alfalfa forage variety evaluation trial established in the fall of 1992. OSU Agricultural Experiment Station, MES Special Report 947. pp. 15-23.

Barnum, J. M., & Shock, C. C. (1995). Aerobic composting of alfalfa seed screenings. OSU Agricultural Experiment Station, MES Special Report 947. pp. 1-14.

Simko, B., Barnum, J. M., & Shock, C. C. (1995). IPM studies in alfalfa seed. OSU Agricultural Experiment Station, MES Special Report 947. pp. 28-35.

Barnum, J. M. (1996). 1995 Results from a forage alfalfa variety evaluation trial established in the fall of 1992. OSU Agricultural Experiment Station, MES Special Report 964. pp. 15-25.

Malhuer Publications