What is Alfalfa
Alfalfa, scientific name:Medicago sativa, is a deciduous perennial vegetables and herbs of the Medicago genus , of the Fabaceae department naturalized from Central Asia. Flower racemes, Purple Butterfly-shaped flowers bloom in the summer. Shoot raw vegetables, pastures and horse also called King of the pasture. Alfalfa contains protein and various vitamins, carotene, and anti-inflammatory effect on arthritis, cystitis, anti-cancer effects of carcinogenic food, fatigue, gastrointestinal effects, etc. are said. That horses eat forage high in calories because it was named master. Dried leaves of green tea.
Seed is used to dye yellow.
Generic name: alfalfa, scientific name: Medicago sativa, aka: Lucerne, mokushku, Place of origin: Central Asian, European, height: 40-100 cm, root: length (10 m), or form of the stem: hollow, phyllotaxis: alternate, leaf color: green, leaf: Discover 3 palmately compound leaves, flowers: racemes, Corolla: Butterfly-shaped, color: purple, flowering: June-August, flower length: 0.7-1 cm, fruit types: real hard, Fruit shape:beans fruit, seed long: 0.1 cm, applications: grass, sprout, herbal tea, dye.