Sulfur Deficiency in Alfalfa

UW-Extension specialists Carrie Laboski and Ted Bay visit an alfalfa field in Lafayette County with distinctive sulfur deficiency symptoms. Find out what to look for and what tests you can run for confirmation. Also learn about the UW—Madison fertility recommendations for a low sulfur test result.

To view a tutorial on tissue testing in alfalfa, visit:

For more information, check out soil science at UW-Extension and UW—Madison: 

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