Briefly: Nevada expert says thirsty alfalfa crops can thrive on less water

KUNR Public Radio reports that a Nevada agriculture professor has developed real-time water application tracking devices that could help alfalfa growers produce their plants using less water. The crop is widely grown throughout the water-short American West.

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