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The district holds the biggest single water entitlement along the Colorado River and supplies water to farms producing crops from alfalfa to Brussels sprouts.
Add egg salad, sunflower seeds and alfalfa sprouts.
Surrounding the city and sprinkled among its tidy tract neighborhoods, potatoes, alfalfa, sugar beets and corn grow in fields.
Bumblebees also help pollinate many crops such as blueberries and alfalfa.
The 14-year-old Kibibbi will enjoy extra attention today in the form of face scratches, belly rubs and some of her favorite treats like apples and alfalfa cubes.
The captain decided to put the plane down in the alfalfa patch.
But burning wheat and alfalfa byproducts such as straw is bad for the environment, according to the Washington Department of Ecology.
Fertilize every six weeks by scratching a mixture of alfalfa meal and organic flower food into the soil around the root zone.
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