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Goodding, T. H. (1951). Hairy vetch for Nebraska (University of Nebraska Experiment Station Circular No. 89)
Hairy vetch is a winter annual legume. It may be planted either in the spring or fall. Hairy vetch often succeeds on soils where sweet clover and alfalfa fail. It is more tolerant to acid (lime-deficient) soils than most leguminous crops.