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Re: CULT: Use of Alfalfa

  Walter, you once mentioned that you thought
> you had more rot after using alfalfa pellets?  
> Linda Mann east Tennessee USA zone 7/8

The rot problem with alfalfa occurred when I first top-dressed with 
it.  I did not know that I should have tilled in the pellets.  I used 
too much and after a rain, a nasty 'crust' formed and started to 
smother the rhizomes.  I had to rake off the smelly yuck when it 
dried.  It is best to till in the alfalfa pellets, but if you top-
dress, use it sparingly or in a tea.  I learned the proper procedure 
from this list.

Walter Moores
Enid Lake, MS USA 7/8

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