The Alfalfa plant, also known as lucerne, Medicago sativa comes in a few varieties. This listing is for the common Alfalfa varity.  This variety is used for sprouting where fresh sprouts are used like salad greens. The seeds and sprouts must be rinsed regularly to avoid the accumulation of the products of decay an organisms along with smells of rot and discoloration. Sprouting alfalfa usually takes three to four days with one tablespoon of seed yielding up to three full cups of sprouts.When alfalfa is to be used as hay, it is usually cut and baled. Open pollinated perennial 42 to 68 days depending on the stage you want to harvest. Please NOTE: This is a NON-GMO variety
The Alfalfa plant, also known as lucerne, Medicago sativa comes in a few varieties. This listing is for the common Alfalfa varity.  This variety is used for sprouting where fresh sprouts are used like salad greens. The seeds and sprouts must be rinsed regularly to avoid the accumulation of the products of decay an organisms along with smells of rot and discoloration. Sprouting alfalfa usually takes three to four days with one tablespoon of seed yielding up to three full cups of sprouts.When alfalfa is to be used as hay, it is usually cut and baled. Open pollinated perennial 42 to 68 days depending on the stage you want to harvest. Please NOTE: This is a NON-GMO variety
The Alfalfa plant, also known as lucerne, Medicago sativa comes in a few varieties. This listing is for the common Alfalfa varity.  This variety is used for sprouting where fresh sprouts are used like salad greens. The seeds and sprouts must be rinsed regularly to avoid the accumulation of the products of decay an organisms along with smells of rot and discoloration. Sprouting alfalfa usually takes three to four days with one tablespoon of seed yielding up to three full cups of sprouts.When alfalfa is to be used as hay, it is usually cut and baled. Open pollinated perennial 42 to 68 days depending on the stage you want to harvest. Please NOTE: This is a NON-GMO variety

Alfalfa

Medicago sativa

The Alfalfa plant, also known as lucerne, Medicago sativa comes in a few varieties. This listing is for the common Alfalfa varity.  This variety is used for sprouting where fresh sprouts are used like salad greens. The seeds and sprouts must be rinsed regularly to avoid the accumulation of the products of decay an organisms along with smells of rot and discoloration. Sprouting alfalfa usually takes three to four days with one tablespoon of seed yielding up to three full cups of sprouts.When alfalfa is to be used as hay, it is usually cut and baled. Open pollinated perennial 42 to 68 days depending on the stage you want to harvest. Please NOTE: This is a NON-GMO variety

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