FALL DORMANCY:

4

Trait(s):

Conventional

Key Strengths

  • Excellent yield and forage quality potential
  • Very fast recovery after cutting for those growers who cut more frequently under an intensive management system
  • Excellent disease resistance for all major alfalfa diseases, DRI of 30 of 30
  • Excellent winterhardiness rating
  • Highly resistant to stem nematode

Characteristics

PLANT DESCRIPTION
WINTER HARDINESS 1.3
DISEASES
ANTHRACNOSE HR
APHANOMYCES ROOT ROT RACE 1 HR
BACTERIAL WILT HR
FUSARIUM WILT HR
PHYTOPHTHORA ROOT ROT HR
VERTICILLIUM WILT HR
INSECTS
PEA APHID R
SPOTTED ALFALFA APHID R
NEMATODES
STEM NEMATODE HR
ROOT KNOT NEMATODE NT

Field and weather conditions may vary from area to area. The ratings in the charts are to be used as guidelines only. The limitations of warranty and liability on each bag of seed are part of the terms of the sale thereof.

Rating System: 1 = Excellent, 9 = Poor, - = data is insufficient at this time, NR = Not Recommended
Disease Rating Index: 30 = Best
Winter Hardiness: 1 = Noreseman, 2 = Vernal, 3 = Ranger, 4 = Sarac, 5 = DuPuits, 6 = Lahontan, 7 = Mesilla, 8 = Moapa 69, 9 = CUF101
Disease Ratings: HR = Highly Resistant, R = Resistant, MR = Moderate Resistance, LR = Low Resistance, S = Susceptible, NA = No Data Available

Local Performance Results

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FALL DORMANCY:

4

TRAIT:

CONV

Key Strengths

  • Highly persistent multifoliate variety
  • Excellent forage yield potential and quality
  • High resistance to stem and Northern root-knot nematodes
  • Perfect 30/30 Disease Resistance Index rating
  • Widely adapted

FALL DORMANCY:

4.7

TRAIT:

CONV

Key Strengths

  • Highly resistant rating to Aphanomyces Root Rot Race 2 as well as all other major alfalfa diseases
  • Excellent forage yield potential for a FD 4.7 variety as compared to commercial checks